The Harvard Student Liberal Club has more than once laid itself open to the charge of being radical. An unfortunate selection of speakers has often given the impression that their meetings were organized more in the spirit of the propagandist than of the liberal. That this has been the result of accident rather than policy is shown in the care which the club has devoted to the plans for the Intercollegiate Liberal Conference which begins today. Scrupulous adherence to the purpose of the organization, "the cultivation of an open mind and the development of an informal student opinion" is exhibited in every detail of the arrangements. If the club continues the policy which it seems to be so successfully initiating today, it has prospects of assuming a part of ever-increasing prominence in and service to the University.
THE LIBERAL CLUB'S OPPORTUNITY
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