Clipped From Journal and Courier
Faculty Views Among New Books Topics Dr. Hermann H. Remmers, former former director of the Division of Educational Reference at Purdue, is the editor of a new book, "Anti - Democratic Attitudes In American Schools," to be published published in May by the Northwestern Northwestern University Press. The book is a detailed analysis using modern statistical techniques of what today's teen-agers, teen-agers, teen-agers, college college and university students, and faculties think about such traditional traditional American concepts as civil civil rights, individual liberties, and the freedoms outlined in the Bill of Rights of the Constitution. Qne of the disclosures is prevalence prevalence of audthoritarian attitudes among America's youth, the survey survey says. The study brings together together diverse explorations made over a long period of time from among differing social contexts. One chapter will be of local interest interest because it covers Purdue faculty attitudes. Dr. Remmers now is on terminal terminal leave from Purdue after more than 42 years on the faculty. He is teaching at Johns Hopkins University University this semester after which he will retire and live in Florida.