Who rules Columbia?

New York: NACLA, [1968]. 36p., photoillustrations, staplebound 11x8.5 inch wraps, nice copy with a bit of paperclip rust from inserted packet and some relevant ballpoint pen notes. Packet is comprised of a leaflet entitled "How to research a building," and a halfdozen standard sheets and cards with holograph building research notes.

Epigraph on cover excerpted from Charles A. Beard's letter of resignation (1917): "I have been driven to the conclusion that [Columbia] University is really under the control of a small and active troup of Trustees who have no standing in the world of education, who are reactionary and visionless in politics, narrow and medieval in religion. Their conduct betrays a profound misconception of the true function of a university in the advancement of learning"

Cat.No: 148720

Price: $20.00