Civil Liberty in Educational Institutions


The title of this article is taken from a report of a speech made by Hon. J. H. Willard in the Indiana Senate printed in the Indianapolis Daily Sentinel. The speech is an argument in favor of a proposed amendment to the Indianapolis appropriation committees section allocating $12,000 to Purdue University, which would pull funding if students were disallowed from joining a college "secret society" (or fraternity). The article includes significant excerpts from the original transcript.


Date

02/18/1883

People Mentioned

J. H. Willard

University

Purdue University

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