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National Security Restraints of the Federal Government on Academic Freedom and Scientific Communication in the United States
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Government Publications Review Volume 17, Number 1,

Abstract

Examines the historic and continuing conflict between academic freedom and national security. Topics discussed include regulation and enforcement, restricted technologies, international committees, statutes, Executive Orders, and the Corson Report on scientific communication and national security. A list of recent events in which academic communication was suppressed by the federal government is appended. (43 references) (CLB)

Citation

Schwab, J.D. (1990). National Security Restraints of the Federal Government on Academic Freedom and Scientific Communication in the United States. Government Publications Review, 17(1), 17-48. Retrieved January 25, 2020 from .

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