Accused of violating academic freedom, Daniels says goal was to keep book from K-12 students
It's being called censorship and a violation of academic freedom. But Purdue University President Mitch Daniels is standing by his efforts to keep liberal historian Howard Zinn's work from being taught in colleges -- where school officials and professors traditionally have the freedom to choose their own curriculum -- saying the actions he took ... (more)
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#1 Jul 21, 2013
Daniels will no doubt go down in history as the most dishonest governor in Indiana. Not to mention arrogant.
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