Committee of Enquiry Freedom of Speech Memo

to discover whether or not, explicitly or implicitly, the principles expressed are and have been widely accepted

 File Author Date Document Type
Click to open K Trace, Committee Chair 11th June 1968 Memorandum

A circular from the Committee of Enquiry soliciting responses to a three-part statement of principles concerning freedom of speech at the University, and how these may apply to the events of 7th May; the Committee’s interest is claimed to be purely in gauging consensus, with no intention of applying new principles retrospectively, although the third part of the statement suggests that even a morally-defensible breach of discipline should not go unpunished


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