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To the Editor of the CRIMSON
In reply to the remarks which you have been so kind as to place in the mouth of Mr. Isenstainbergsky in your recent issue, may it not be said that the cry of the group for which the CRIMSON delights to be an organ is. "All that is American is contemptible, and all that is contemptible is American". THEODORI W CONSENS '21.