Protecting America's Secrets While Maintaining Academic Freedom

  title={Protecting America's Secrets While Maintaining Academic Freedom},
  author={B. Keel},
  journal={Academic Medicine},
  • B. Keel
  • Published 2004
  • Political Science, Medicine
  • Academic Medicine
  • The terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and the subsequent anthrax mail attacks, have had a profound impact on Americans’ personal and professional lives and have sparked an active debate regarding the delicate balance between the need for national security and the pursuit of academic freedom. Although academic freedom can be defined in many ways, there are four primary tenets of freedom in an academic environment: freedom to research, freedom to publish, freedom to teach, and freedom to… CONTINUE READING
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