At a meeting of the Harvard Inquiry held last night in the Lowell House common room, the appointment of a Commission On The Form of Government for the United States was announced by Frederick deW. Bolman, Jr. '35, president.
The work of the commission will be an investigation of changes in the national government, which it is felt, must inevitably take place under present economic pressure. The commission will examine experts on the political and economic problems with which it will be concerned and these experts are to be drawn mainly from the faculty.
The Commission is asked to prepare and submit a written report, based upon its deliberations, in May 1934.
The following were appointed to the Commission: J. D. Norton, '34, chairman; W. S. Sims, Jr. 1G.; David Popper 1G.; E. N. Stilson 1G.; E. G. Latham 1G.; M. G. Eliot 1G.; R. M. Goodwin '34; George Gore '34; H. S. Saxe '34; John Sapienza '34; B. M. Bowie 35; R. G. Olsen '35.
An address on "The Internal Situation in Germany" was delivered by Sidney B. Fay '96, Professor of History, while Raymond L. Buell, of the Foreign Policies Association, spoke on "The Implications of the Hitler Movement on the General European Situation at the Present Time".