Ten years ago, the New York Times, in a survey of political censorship on major university campuses, concluded that: "a subtle, creeping paralysis of freedom of thought and speech is attacking college campuses . . . limiting both students and faculty in the area traditionally reserved for the free exploration of knowledge and truth."
William W. Van Alstyne, Political Speakers at State Universities: Some Constitutional Considerations, 111 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 328-342 (1963).