"Professors Dispel Myths, Define Goals of ACLU in Panel Discussion"

Title

"Professors Dispel Myths, Define Goals of ACLU in Panel Discussion"

Date

Dec. 6, 1988

Description

Panel of Prof. Jerry Cohen (American Studies), Prof. James Kloppenberg (HIST) and Boston Law School Prof. Charles Baron talking about the goals and purposes of the ACLU. Reference Marcuse's 'Repressive Tolerance.'

Creator

Andrea Kramer

Subject

Herbert Marcuse -- writings
Herbert Marcuse -- mentions

Source

The Justice

Publisher

Brandeis University Robert D. Farber University Archives & Special Collections

Rights

All rights reserved

Format

pdf
newspaper article

Language

English

Type

newspaper article

Identifier

Herbert Marcuse

Coverage

Dec. 6, 1988
Brandeis University

Text

"In contrast to Mill's view, Herbert Marcuse wrote in 'Repressive Tolerance' of 'all opinions [being] flattened' because they are all given equal weight and attention, Kloppenberg said. Marcuse argues that the powerful must be repressed and the powerless empowered."

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