- 10 Principles for Empowering the American Mind
- 4 Things You Can’t Say in the K-12 Classroom
- K-12 Expression and the First Amendment
- Thought reform programs and how this interferes with freedom of conscience
- FIRE’s First Amendment Library
- Video: Alan Charles Kors – Enlightenment and Academic Freedom
Free to Teach, Free to Learn: Understanding and Maintaining Academic Freedom in Higher Education
American Council of Trustees and Alumni (2013.)
A Crisis in Civic Education
American Council of Trustees and Alumni (January 2016.)
Intellectual Diversity: Time for Action
American Council of Trustees and Alumni (2005.) Washington DC
“Dispositions in Teacher Education: Old Tricks, New Name”
Creeley, Will. (March 14, 2007.) FIRE Blog
“On Freedom of Conscience, Bryn Mawr Gets it Right”
Creeley, Will. (September 14, 2007.) FIRE Blog
“Van Jones’ Excellent Metaphors on the Dangers of Ideological Safety”
Heterodox Academy (March 2, 2017.)
“Why Universities Must Choose One Telos: Truth or Social Justice”
Haidt, Jonathan. (October 21, 2016.) Heterodox Academy.
“The Fine-Tuned Liberal Democracy”
Haidt, Jonathan. (November 15, 2017.)Wriston Lecture, Delivered at the Manhattan Institute.
The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intentions and Bad Ideas are Setting up a Generation for Failure.
Lukianoff, Greg and Haidt, Jonathan (2018.) Penguin Press.
Unlearning Liberty: Campus Censorship and the End of American Debate
Lukianoff, Greg. (2014.) Encounter Books
Mill, John Stuart. (1859.)
The New Attacks on Free Thought
Rauch, Jonathan. (2014.)University Of Chicago Press: USA.
FIRE’s Guide to First-Year Orientation and Thought Reform on Campus
Silverglate, Harvey and Lorence, Jordan. (2005.) Foundation for Individual Rights in Education: Philadelphia.