Academic Freedom and American Public Law
by David Fellman - 1961
Academic freedom is essential for a democratic society because such a society cannot function without an enlightened public opinion emanating from an educated and competent citizenry. Furthermore, any society must have leadership, and the universities have the job of preparing men and women to hold positions of leadership in government, in the professions, and in the economy.
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