loyalty oath controversy

a bibliography
  • 23 Pages
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  • English
Vance Bibliographies , Monticello, Ill
Loyalty oaths -- United States -- Bibliogr


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StatementLarry D. Benson.
SeriesPublic administration series--bibliography,, P 2808
LC ClassificationsMLCM 92/14221 (Z)
The Physical Object
Pagination23 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1964138M
ISBN 100792004280
LC Control Number90197000

An eloquent and perceptive rendering of the California Loyalty Oath controversy, this book shows how so many ostensibly liberal administrators and faculty members could have collaborated with a measure that violated the academic community's most cherished freedoms.

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It's a sobering story and, alas, one that remains all too relevant."Cited by: 6. An eloquent and perceptive rendering of the California Loyalty Oath controversy, this book shows how so many ostensibly liberal administrators and faculty members could have collaborated with a measure that violated the academic community's most cherished freedoms.

It's a sobering story and, alas, one that remains all too relevant.". Trump’s loyalty oath controversy book oath” requirement for FBI Director revealed in new book.

By Vinnie Longobardo. Using direct quotes from the yet to be published book, Axios tells of the conditions that the president attached to his job offer and Kelly’s incredulous Author: Vinnie Longobardo.

This controversy has prompted much criticism of California’s oath requirement. One of the most ardent critics is Stone, of the University of Chicago Author: John Kness.

The Catastrophic Loyalty Oath Controversy was published in The Gold and the Blue, Volume Two on page Berdahl launched the program as a challenge to Gardner, who outlines the negative consequences of the oaths in his book, "The California Oath Controversy." Gardner wrote that the conflict revealed "the failure of educated, competent and allegedly rational human beings bound together in good cause to serve the truth in knowledge, and their.

Timeline: Summary of events of the Loyalty Oath Controversy January / February / March • California State Senator Tenney introduces thirteen bills in reaction to suspected communists in government. University of California administrators are concerned that widespread anti-communist sentiment will result in new laws threatening.

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On June 1,the United States Supreme Court strikes down Washington laws requiring state employees to take loyalty oaths. The loyalty oath statutes are challenged by more than 60 faculty members, staff, and students of the University of Washington in a case organized by the Washington chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and the UW chapter of the American Association.

A loyalty oath is a declaration by an individual of allegiance to a government and its institutions and a disavowal of support for foreign ideologies or associations. The constitutionality of loyalty oaths is part of the larger struggle between the power of government to regulate perceived threats to national security and the First Amendment.

In support of Roosevelt's National Recovery Administration,school children marched to Boston Common and swore a loyalty oath administered by the mayor, "I promise as a good American citizen to do loyalty oath controversy book part for the NRA.I will buy only where the Blue Eagle flies." Loyalty oaths were common during World War II.

Another use of loyalty oaths in the United States was during the. The Loyalty Oath is intended to speed up the relocation paperwork and determine which Japanese are loyal enough to serve as soldiers in the war. Many Japanese become very anti-American, but Papa decides to answer “Yes Yes” because he thinks America will win the war and does not want to.

The book on the subject is The California Loyalty Oath Controversy by UC President Emeritus David P. Gardner who also help fund the project. Unfortunately, we are not out of the woods yet. This standard is apparently applied despite an oath of office for federal employees, including political appointees, that swears them to “protect and defend the Constitution of the United States” and to “well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office.” The abrogation of this solemn principle by the Trump administration has.

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WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n library. Part 2: The Loyalty Oath Controversy, Part 3: The Closure of the School of Criminology, Part 4: Fighting for Tenure Part 5: Nuclear Weapons and Whistleblowers Part 6: The 21st Century: GMOs and Corporate Agendas Notes [1] Academic Senate, Southern Section.

Resolution Passed By The Academic Senate, Ap Academic. PROFESSOR HINKIN: At the time of the Oath controversy here I was an Assistant and then Associate Professor of Mathematics at the University of Southern California.

I was invited to join the Mathematics Department at Berkeley inbut I declined because of the Loyalty Oath. Oath of Loyalty Book, JEFF The artifact of the month for September is a fascinating reminder of the hostility and resentment that remained in the state after the end of the Civil War.

This Oath of Loyalty book consists of pages containing the text of the "test oath" and the signatures of men holding (or seeking) public office in. The controversy over the California loyalty oath was an important turning point in that process. It helped the nation's colleges and universities reach a consensus about the boundaries of political acceptability at a time when they felt under heavy pressure from outside politicians and others.

This timeline is a chronological overview of the loyalty oath controversy. While it covers dates ranging from tomost of the events featured date from toa period considered to have been the height of the controversy. Maybe it’s because I was a Jew in an Arab country that I have a slightly different take on the loyalty oath controversy.

Imagine, for instance, that your name is Ahmed and you are a gay. Excerpt from the oral history of Edward Strong, "non-signer" of Loyalty Oath. Personal Accounts Felix Rosenthal, non-signer. Partial Bibliography/Excerpts from books. Benson, Larry D. The Loyalty Oath Controversy: A Bibliography (Monticello, Ill.: Vance Bibliographies, ).

Diamond, Sigmund. The regents had divided bitterly over the loyalty oath controversy. The president of the university found himself in a weakened position vis-à-vis many of the regents and even some of his once loyal faculty, as a result of his initiation of the loyalty oath and then his retreats in reference to it.

Senate Loyalty Oath Book. Members of Congress have always taken an oath to support and defend the Constitution. In the years following the Civil War, senators signed an expanded version of the oath to affirm that they had never engaged in disloyal conduct.

Records of the U.S. Senate, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C. Such oaths have occasionally been a point of controversy.

Ina Quaker teacher was fired by California State University East Bay because she edited her loyalty oath by writing "non-violently" in front of "support and defend [the U.S.

and state Constitutions] against all enemies, foreign and domestic." The office of the California Attorney. A high point in the loyalty oath controversy occurred dur ing the 's when West Vir ginia expelled from its public schools children who refused to salute the flag and pledge alle giance.

The loyalty oaths. The us-versus-them worldview. The lying about all things, large and small, in service to some code of loyalty that put the organization above morality and above the truth.". (44) The statement is cited in full in David P.

Gardner, The California Oath Controversy (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, ), (45) Ibid., Gardner's book is the most complete account of the loyalty oath.

The controversy began in and climaxed in the summer of when 31 faculty “non-signers” and hundreds of other employees were dismissed by the University for refusing to sign the oath. The loyalty oath controversy “convulsed the largest university in the nation and one of the world’s leading centers of letters and science” wrote.

Books; Entertainment ‘No-No Boy’ went from unknown book to classic thanks to UW Press and Asian American writers. Now, it’s at the center of a controversy.

Inthis weblog reviewed George R. Stewart’s classic work, The Year Of The Oath, a book about the loyalty oath controversy at the University of California, Berkeley. The faculty won their battle to have the oath removed.

But oaths, pernicious and unconstitutional, still abound in public employment – even for teaching and research positions. Until the loyalty oath controversy, Kantorowicz was happiest in California, where he marveled at the “completely unencumbered, completely .Loyalty Oath Controversy Collection.

Documents regarding the Loyalty Oath Controversy, including a history of the collection, excerpts from Regent's meetings, University related publications, and newspaper clippings.

Institution: UCLA, Library Special Collections, University Archives. Go back with her” (Ruth ). But Ruth chose the path of loyalty to her mother-in-law, even if it meant giving up everything she was used to in Moab. The story of Ruth and Naomi shows what true loyalty is like. In addition to loyalty, Ruth exhibited respect, love, friendship, and humility.