91 Indiana Law Journal 57 (2015)
The safeguarding of a proper measure of academic freedom in American universities requires both a clear understanding of the principles which bear upon the matter, and the adoption by the universities of such arrangements and regulations as may effectually prevent any infringement of that freedom and deprive of plausibility all charges of such infringement. This report is therefore divided into two parts, the first constituting a general declaration of principles relating to academic freedom, the second presenting a group of practical proposals, the adoption of which is deemed necessary in order to place the rules and procedure of the American universities, in relation to these matters, upon a satisfactory footing.
Note: This Early Winter issue replaces the normal Fall issue of the Indiana Law Journal.
"General Report of the Committee on Academic Freedom and Academic Tenure,"
Indiana Law Journal: Vol. 91:
1, Article 5.
Available at: https://www.repository.law.indiana.edu/ilj/vol91/iss1/5