Education: Words from Kansas

Words from Kansas Two gentlemen from Kansas were installed as college presidents last week—and both seemed to have the same thing on their minds.

¶Said the University of Kansas' new Chancellor Franklin D. Murphy: "Character assassination by innuendo and half truth, with careless regard for the facts . . . will inevitably lead to a paralysis of free thought just as debilitating to American democracy as the conduct of those who would utilize American institutions to overthrow and subvert these same institutions . . . Stifle the intellectual freedom of our universities, and you stop the progress of American democracy." ¶...

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