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The Case For Tenure

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I believe that academic tenure is good for America: that it is essential for the protection of academic freedom, that it is necessary to attract the intellectually gifted to the academic life and to create conditions that allow first-rate scholarship to flourish. This is not to deny its drawbacks, both for the individual and for the institution, but it is to maintain that ...more
Hardcover, 264 pages
Published November 1st 1996 by ILR Press
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Dono421846
Not as good as his later book on academic freedom (and could have done with some closer editing), but a good companion to "For the Common Good."
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