God and man at Yale: the superstitions of academic freedom

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Regnery, 1951 - Academic freedom - 240 pages
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User Review  - starkravingmad - LibraryThing

Well reasoned critique of University teachings falling far short of its original charter and mission. An insightful and comprehensive argument against the unrestrained teachings of collectivism by a faculty run amuck. Though written in 1952, it reads as if could have been written today. Read full review

Review: God and Man at Yale: The Superstitions of 'Academic Freedom'

User Review  - Ed Renehan - Goodreads

counter-cultural to the extreme. therefore splendid. Read full review

Contents

I Religion at Yale
3
Yale and Her Alumni
114
The Superstitions of Academic Freedom
136
Copyright

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