The Architecture of Intellectual Freedom by Peter W. Wood | Report

In 2015, campuses across the country erupted in protests aimed at limiting the freedoms of professors and fellow students. Over time, the National Association of Scholars felt a commitment to restate the contexts of academic and intellectual freedom, including their application to a liberal arts education. The NAS published an updated edition in early 2018, to respond to the continuing infringement of liberty by university administrators.

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