Education: Communist ABCs

The prospectus for the new course, announced last week by the University of San Francisco, had an ominous ring: "A basic course on the nature of the enemy." To Professor Anthony T. Bouscaren, who thought the whole thing up, Poly Sci 140 was to be exactly that—the first required course in the tactics and strategy of domestic Communism.

Beginning next fall, every junior at San Francisco will study the nature of Communism for a full year. For background, U.S.F.'s academic vice president, Father Raymond T. Feely, S.J., will analyze the philosophy of Communism and the nature of totalitarianism. Then, Political Scientist Robert...

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