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5 Readers unfamiliar with the McCarthy period and its effects on universities may want to consult Ellen Schrecker, No Ivory Tower: McCarthyism and the Universities (New York: Oxford University Press, 1986). . . . 6 The university—and its president—can and should speak out on matters central to its own functioning as an educational institution, such as free speech (loyalty oaths) and admissions policies (affirmative action), but these have a directly relevant educational content that differentiates them from broad political and social issues.
A Basis that Reduces to Zero as many Curvature Components as Possible by Klinger R.