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In this episode of the Bradley Lecture Series Podcast, we’re revisiting “The Betrayal of Liberty on America’s Campus” by Alan Kors of the University of Pennsylvania, originally given at AEI’s headquarters in October of 1998.
Professor Kors’ lecture provides valuable insight into the history of this problem. While there is plenty of blame to go around, Professor Kors makes the case that those whose roles we see least may have the strongest effect. In particular, he discusses the influence of mid-level college administrators who have been given ever broader authority over students’ lives, speech, and consciences from the time the students set foot on campus for orientation to the time they leave.
The stakes involved are high, and Professor Kors calls on his listeners to be men and women for all seasons to resolve the crisis in higher education.
This lecture was originally given on October 5, 1998. Full details can be found on the original event page here.
To view a full list of the Bradley Lectures, see the Bradley Lectures page on the AEI website.
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