Education: Results

The New York World-Telegram was mighty pleased with itself last week. For six months it had belabored Cornell University for loading its Russian faculty with Communists and fellow travelers, ignoring all anti-Communist experts on Russia (TIME, Jan. 10). Now Cornell had announced that its 1944 summer-session faculty would include a longtime resident of Russia and notably scholarly antiCommunist, William Henry Chamberlin (Soviet Russia, Russia's Iron Age, etc.). Said the World-Telegram:

"Significant concession, this, on the part of [the] Cornell President, who has all along insisted that only proCommunists were available or properly...

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