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Researcher Alfred Kinsey, then-president Herman B Wells and George Corner, from the Carnegie Institute, meet in August 1951. Wells was a strong supporter of Kinsey's controversial research on sexual behavior, and took steps to protect his academic freedom.

Researcher Alfred Kinsey, then-president Herman B Wells and George Corner, from the Carnegie Institute, meet in August 1951. Wells was a strong supporter of Kinsey's controversial research on sexual behavior, and took steps to protect his academic freedom.