Freedom To Criticize Existing Institutions
by Granville Hicks - 1936
ACADEMIC freedom exists when a teacher can express any opinions and engage in any activities whatsoever outside the classroom and can express inside the classroom any views that are relevant, directly or indirectly, to the subject he teaches, and when he can do both these things without prejudice to his professional advancement or his financial status.
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