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CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 13, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(DC: Eric Engberg) Corporation sponsorship on college campuses examined; details given, scenes shown. [National Coalition for Univs. in the Public Int. spokesperson Leonard MINSKY - fears that quest for money will supersede pursuit of knowledge.] Exs. of corporation donations to univs. illustration [MIT president Paul GRAY - comments.] Former Massachusetts Institute of Technology history professor David Noble reported denied tenure and dismissed when he criticized heavy corporation sponsorship. [NOBLE - says profit should not be most important part of college education] [Harvard student Robert WEISSMAN - comments.] [University of Florida professor Ken. SLOAN - comments on situation in Florida.] Chgs. of conflict of interest at other univs. detailed. [MAN, GRAY, NOBLE - comment.]

Engberg, Eric;
Rather, Dan

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