Bradley and Burgum
This chapter examines the context, course and consequences of the dismissal by New York University of two of its respected academics, Lyman Bradley and Edwin Burgum. It argues that the University, long a defender of academic freedom, adopted the instruments of McCarthyism, collaborated with the FBI, and was excessively intolerant of faculty holding contrary political views.
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