The Campus: "Setting precedents"


This Campus editorial centers around an opening
night address to the Bread Loaf School of English given by James Maddox in June 1989. The article includes an excerpt from Maddox's speech, and admires his transparency and straightforward manner of addressing the topic of Paul Cubeta. The editorial points out that Middlebury College has done the opposite, and should follow Maddox's lead. Here is the article from The Campus' archives, as well as a photo of the article as it was originally printed. (NOTE: The date on the print version is wrong.)


The Middlebury Campus


October 20, 1989


The Campus Editorial - %22Setting Precedents%22.pdf
The Campus - %22Setting Precedents%22.pdf


The Middlebury Campus, “The Campus: "Setting precedents",” Archives of Dissent, accessed July 23, 2024,

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