On University Freedom in the Canadian Context

On University Freedom in the Canadian Context

Author: Frederick Kenneth Hare

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ISBN: UOM:39015031981221

Category: Higher education and state

Page: 102

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'Based on the Allan B. Plaunt Lectures given at Carleton University, Ottawa, on Feb. 23, and 25, 1967.'
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On University Freedom in the Canadian Context
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Pages: 102
Authors: Frederick Kenneth Hare
Categories: Higher education and state
Type: BOOK - Published: 1968 - Publisher:

'Based on the Allan B. Plaunt Lectures given at Carleton University, Ottawa, on Feb. 23, and 25, 1967.'
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