Commentary

David Horowitz vs. Peter Steinberger Debate at Reed College · 28 August 2006

Welcome to Reed College. I would like to welcome students and faculty and in particular parents and family members, and members of the Reed Community, to the first event of the 2005/6 edition of the annual public policy lecture series.

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Betraying Academic Freedom · 16 March 2006

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By David Horowitz --FrontPageMag.com-01/20/06

On November 9, 2005, Professor Joan Wallach Scott appeared as a witness before the Select Committee on Academic Freedom of the Pennyslvania House of Representatives. The committee was created by House Resolution HR 177, sponsored by Representative Gibson Armstrong.

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MLA and AHA Resolutions Opposing Academic Bill of Rights · 03 January 2006

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Modern Language Association and American Historical Association Resolutions Opposing the Academic Bill of Rights

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Academia’s Failing Grade · 13 December 2005

By American Council of Trustees and Alumni --12/14/05

Washington, DC, (December 12, 2005) -- In spite of a statement by 30 higher education organizations recognizing the importance of intellectual diversity, a recent survey by the American Council of Trustees and Alumni shows that not a single institution has taken concrete steps to further that goal.

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Chickens: the Ward Churchill and Larry Summers Story · 16 October 2005

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By Stanley Fish--05/13/05

It's fair to say, I think, that at the present moment, the two most famous academics in the country are Larry Summers and Ward Churchill.

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AAUP Criticizes Academic Freedom Provisions in Senate Bill · 22 September 2005

09/22/05

The American Association of University Professors requests that academic freedom language be stricken from the Higher Education Act.

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Victory In Ohio: The Universities Concede · 18 September 2005

By David Horowitz – FrontPageMag.com – 09/19/05

After a year of opposing the Academic Bill of Rights and defaming its sponsor, the higher education system in Ohio has conceded the point. An agreement has been reached that will implement the core principles of the Academic Bill of Rights in all colleges and universities in Ohio, both public and private.

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Enforcing the Academic Party Line · 23 May 2005

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By Larry Schweikart --FrontPageMag.com--05/24/05

For the conservative student entering a graduate history program there is no simple advice. Your way will be tenuous, precarious, and often downright dangerous.

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The Strange and Dishonest Campaign Against Academic Freedom · 28 April 2005

By David Horowitz--FrontpageMag.com--04/29/05

How the American Association of University Professors has lied about the contents and implications of the Academic Bill of Rights, and how the media has followed their lead.

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Ohio Summary of Current Academic Freedom Policies · 26 April 2005

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By Sara Dogan--SAF--04/27/05

Nearly all of Ohio's public universities have policies which restrict professors from persistently introducing irrelevant controversial material in the classroom. It's a shame that they aren't publicized to students or enforced.

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