The great bone of contention for partisan newspapers and political orators, the "Fraud of '76," will be discussed at the Harvard Union to-night. The character of the question is such as to draw a large audience, not only on account of the interest always attached to a political debate, but also because it is a question upon which every man has some opinion, and an opportunity is presented to ventilate his views. A debating society such as the Union should aim to debate questions on live issues and of general interest, as it is only by so doing that men are afforded an opportunity to cultivate and exercise their powers of extemporaneous speaking.
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May 06, 2017