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Shaping the American educational state, 1900 to the present

Author: Clarence J Karier
Publisher: New York : Free Press, [1975]
Series: Urgent issues in American society series.
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Karier, Clarence J.
Shaping the American educational state, 1900 to the present.
New York : Free Press, [1975]
(OCoLC)755445226
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Clarence J Karier
ISBN: 0029170400 9780029170403 0029170303 9780029170304
OCLC Number: 1055390
Description: xxiv, 439 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Chapter 1. Academic Freedom and Responsibility: The Role of the Professor in the Educational State --
Documents and Essays, Professor Edward Ross' Press Statement Regarding His Forced Resignation from Stanford University, November 13, 1900 --
Dr. Ely Denies Charges Against Him --
A Department Chairman Fears Prof. Bemis Has Damaged the Railroad Interest in the University --
President Harper Requests Prof. Bemis' Resignation --
Dr. Ely Defends His Former Student, Prof. Bemis --
Public Charges Are Officially Made After Bemis Leaves the University of Chicago --
John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Participates in the Selection of a History Professor --
Rockefeller's Executive Secretary Sends Pres. Harper a News Clipping Regarding Prof. Small's Recent Lecture --
Rockefeller Requests Pres. Harper to Investigate Small's Lecture and Pres. Harper Replies --
F.T. Gates (Rockefeller's Executive Sec.) Advises Harper Not to Publish His Article in a Magazine Which Is Hostile to Standard Oil Co. --
Chapter 2. Codification of Professorial Roles and the Rational for Academic Freedom --
Documents and Essays --
Academic Freedom / John Dewey --
A.A.U.P. General Report of the Committee on Academic Freedom and Academic Tenure --
Chapter 3. Policing Professors and Students in the Educational State --
Documents, Essays and Summaries --
A Summary of Sidney Hook's "Academic Freedom and 'The Trojan Horse' in American Culture" / Clarence J. Karier --
A Summary of Sidney Hook's "Should Communists Be Permitted to Teach?" / Clarence J. Karier --
Should Communists Be Allowed to Teach? / Alexander Meiklejohn --
A Summary of Sidney Hook's "Academic Integrity and Academic Freedom: How to Deal with the Fellow-travelling Professor" / Clarence J. Karier --
The Real Crisis on the Campus: An Interview with Sidney Hook --
Some Thoughts on Intellectuals and the Schools / Noam Chomsky --
Text of a Letter from Richard Nixon to Educators and College and University Presidents and Trustees --
A Summary of Sidney Hook's "A Plan to Achieve Campus Peace" / Clarence J. Karier --
Chapter 4. Rationalizing the Meritocratic State: The Idea of Progress and the Educational State --
Documents and Essays Education (1871-1873) / Lester Frank Ward --
Chapter 5. Testing, Predicting, Sorting and Tracking --
Documents and Essays Mental Levels and Democracy / H.H. Goddard --
Suggestions for the Introductions of a Mental Test Program / Lewis M. Terman --
Sorting the Students / Frank N. Freeman --
The Conservation of Talent / Lewis M. Terman --
Chapter 6. IQ, Dysgenics and Racism --
Documents and Essays Were We Born That Way? / Lewis M. Terman --
A Study of American Intelligence / C.C. Brigham --
Closed Doors or the Melting Pot / David Starr Jordan --
Intelligence and Its Uses / Edward L. Thorndike --
Chapter 7. Toward a Differentiated Curriculum Based on Class, Race and Sex --
Documents and Essays The Psychology of the Half-Educated Man / Edward T. Thorndike --
Dick & Jane as Victims: Sex Stereotyping in Children's Readers --
Women on Words and Images --
Chapter 8. Immigration Restriction and Americanization --
Documents and Essays Theodore Roosevelt Compliments Edward Ross on His Latest Work Dealing with the "Yellow-Peril" --
Edward Ross Responds to Theodore Roosevelt's Compliment --
A Lobbyist at Work / Prescott Hall --
Immigration Restriction and Americanization / Edward A. Ross --
An Americanization Factory / Gregory Mason --
Education of the Immigrant / Joseph H. Wade --
Is There a Nationality Problem in Our Schools? / Marion Brown --
Chapter 9. The Nature-Nurture Debate: Towards a False Consciousness --
Documents and Essays The Metal Age of Americans / Walter Lippmann --
The Mystery of the "A" Men / Walter Lippmann --
The Reliability of Intelligence Tests / Walter Lippmann --
The Abuse of the Tests / Walter Lippmann --
Tests of Hereditary Intelligence / Walter Lippmann --
A Future for the Tests / Walter Lippmann --
The Great Conspiracy / Lewis M. Terman --
The Great Confusion-A Reply to Mr. Terman / Walter Lippmann --
Race and Immigration: The Politics of Intelligence Testing / Russell Marks --
Can Negros Learn the Way Whites Do? / Arthur R. Jensen --
Behavior-Genetic Analysis and Its Biosocial Consequences / Jerry Hirsch --
Heredity, Intelligence, Politics, and Psychology / Leon J. Kamin --
IQ Tests: Building Blocks for the New Class System / Noam Chomsky --
Chapter 10. Dysgenics and Applied Raceology --
Documents and Essays Dysgenics-A Social-Problem Reality Evaded by the Illusion of Infinite Plasticity of Human Intelligence? / William Shockly --
What is the Answer / Henry E. Garrett --
Index.
Series Title: Urgent issues in American society series.
Responsibility: edited and with introductory essays by Clarence J. Karier.

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