Teachers, argued the Republican governor, “have interpreted academic freedom as their right to teach without political interference”, seeking to advance their “partisan political views.” Affirming shock that “educated youth” were brainwashed into “anti-Americanism,” he demanded action be taken.
It was 1967 and the governor in question was Ronald Reagan. As The New York Times later put it, Reagan’s rhetoric made Richard Nixon look “positively charitable.”
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