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College & University ahe bulletin, Volume 13, Number 6
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College & University ahe bulletin, Volume 13, Number 6 - Page 1. December 15, 1960. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. May 27, 2015. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/integ/item/388/show/384.

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(December 15, 1960). College & University ahe bulletin, Volume 13, Number 6 - Page 1. University of Houston Integration Records. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/integ/item/388/show/384

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Title College & University ahe bulletin, Volume 13, Number 6
Date December 15, 1960
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  • Segregation in higher education--United States
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  • University of Houston
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Original Item Location ID 09/1985-005, Box 29, Folder 18
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Digital Collection University of Houston Integration Records
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Repository Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries
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Transcript ASSOCIATION FOR HIGHER EDUCATION A " Department of the National Education Association Volume 13, Number 6 >)$$» y0* ft*» ^ December 15, 1960 *** Harold Taylor Meet the Professor Moderator Selected Harold Taylor, former president of Sarah Lawrence College, will moderate the new AHE TV series, Meet the Professor. The series of 13 Sunday afternoon programs about representative American professors, scheduled to begin on January 29, will be written by Elliott Baker, Alvin Boretz, and Robert Lewis Shayon. Mr. Taylor, before his 14-year tenure as Sarah Lawrence president, was a professor at the University of Wisconsin and the New School for Social Research; research associate, Office of Scientific Research and Development; director American Labor Education Service; and chairman of the U. S. Commission on Labor Scholarships in the United Kingdom. The author of On Education and Freedom and more than 200 articles in books and journals, Mr. Taylor is known as one of the most (Continued on page 2) STUDENT DEMONSTRATIONS ATTACKED Operation Abolition, a film "account" of demonstrations involving college students in San Francisco last spring, is the storm center of a growing controversy. The film, often under official or semiofficial sponsorship, is being widely distributed and shown to government officials (running the gamut from local police officers to high federal officials); to corporation employees; to school, college, club, and church groups; and to private organizations. It is claimed that the film is "evidence" of a "classic Communist tactic," whereby college students become "dupes" or worse. Controversy about the film, as interpreted by the editorial staff of CUB, seems to center on at least two main points: 1. Charges are made in the film that the demonstrations, which took place at the time of hearings of the House Committee on Un-American Activities (HUAC), were Communist inspired and Communist led. There is certainly no doubt that there were many Bay Area students in the crowds at the hearing. The HUAC claim that the demonstration was "Communist led," however, has been sharply contradicted by trusted newspaper reporters, and by many faculty members and students in published letters, articles, petitions, and newspaper ads. Several people who were called Communists by the narrator and by Congressmen in the film had been subpoenaed by the committee. The film later shows two of these standing in the crowd outside the Hearing Room participating in singing. In a wholesale dismissal of "riot" charges placed by police against some of the students after the demonstrations, Judge Albert A. Axel- rod of San Francisco said he was convinced the students, rather than spreading "subversive propaganda," wanted only "to exercise their prerogative of protesting what they believed to be an undemocratic hearing." The students against whom riot charges had been placed issued a statement, saying in part: "Nobody incited us, nobody misguided us. We were led by our own convictions and we still stand firmly by them." 2. Countercharges have been (Continued on page 3) AHE SOLICITS CONFERENCE RESOLUTIONS Resolutions pertinent to higher education are now being solicited for possible consideration at the 16th National Conference on Higher Education. AHE members are cordially invited to submit resolutions to AHE headquarters between now and the resolutions deadline on February 1. "Goals for Higher Education in a Decade of Decision" will be the theme of this year's conference, to be held at the Morrison Hotel in Chicago, March 5-8. The conference is sponsored annually by the Association for Higher Education for the purpose of examining trends and problems which affect higher education as a whole.