JOHN T. FLYNN SPEAKS ON ECONOMICS TONIGHT
Noted Lecturer Comes to Cambridge Under Auspices of Liberal Club, to Deliver Talk
John T. Flynn, noted economist, author, and speaker, will deliver an address an current economic problems at a meeting sponsored by the Liberal Club this evening at 8.15 o'clock in the New Lecture Hall.
A man in great demand as a public speaker, Mr. Flynn addressed a meeting of the Ford Hall Forum last night, speaking on the subject: "If I Were President." Mr. Flynn's last appearance before a Harvard audience was two years ago, at which time he spoke before the Harvard Inquiry on the subject of security speculation. He is the author of such books as "Security Speculation: Its Economic Effects," "Graft in Business," "God's Gold: John D. Rockefeller and His Times," "Graft in Business," and "Investment Trusts Gone Wrong."