Some time ago it was our unpleasant duty to criticise the speaking and the speakers at the Harvard Union. It is our pleasant task now to congratulate the directors of the Union on the way it has been conducted this fall. The last debate was as lively and interesting one as is usually held in a presidential year, and the large number remaining to the close - an unusually late hour for the Union - shows how keen an interest was maintained to the close. The Union under good auspices, is a very useful organization, and we are glad to see live questions under discussion and interest so aroused in debates as at present.
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