In early spring 1977, I received a questionnaire called “The 1977 Survey of the American Professoriate,” directed by Everett C. Ladd (University of Connecticut) and Seymour Martin Lipset (Stanford University, Hoover Institution). After looking it over, I threw it out. I also threw out a first reminder notice that I had not returned it. Then I read in New York Review a commentary by Sigmund Diamond on an article, also by Lipset, concerning some happenings at Harvard in 1954, during the McCarthy period. (The whole exchange, under the name VERITAS AT HARVARD, is reproduced in Appendix IV.) At the same time, I received a second reminder notice.
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