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The informal group that would become the Student Committee for Academic Freedom was founded by a group of Hopkins graduate students in 1952, and lasted until 1955.The Committee was motivated primarily by the perceived threat to free research and free discussion posed by Congressional investigations into "un-American activities." The records of the Student Committee for Academic Freedom span the years 1953 to 1956. The Committee's general goal, to protect academic freedom, is well documented by...
- Subject: Student life (university function)
- Subject: Students' societies
- Names: Student Committee on Academic Freedom