[Item #50060] A Dialogue on Academic Freedom and Student Unrest. FREE SPEECH - WISCONSIN.

A Dialogue on Academic Freedom and Student Unrest

[Waukesha: 1970]: by the Author. Sole edition. Quarto. Stapled wrappers; [16pp]. Gentle toning to page edges, else Fine.

Self-published exposé of left-wing bias in Wisconsin higher education, in the form of a series of reprinted letters between John C. Love, a conservative Waukesha attorney, and Reza Rezazadeh, chair of the History Department at Wisconsin State University–Platteville. Love accuses Rezazadeh of being "an activist who wants to use his teaching position as a station from which he can change our socio-economic and political system," and cites as evidence the professor's references to statements by such dangerous left-wing extremists as George McGovern, Gaylord Nelson, and J. William Fulbright. OCLC locates a single institutional holding (Wisc. Historical Soc.).

Price: $75.00

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