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In another column we print a list of topics which will form the subjects of a series of lectures soon to be delivered under the auspices of the Massachusetts Tariff Reform League. The names of the lecturers warrant us in the belief that this course of lectures will be one of great interest, not only to the business men of Boston, for whom the course is especially designed, but also for all who are interested in the study of Political Economy. The lectures to be delivered by Professor Sumner, of Yale, and by Dr. Taussig, of our own political economy department, ought to attract the attention of all Harvard men who are at present engaged in the study of this subject, and, the lectures being free, we venture to predict that the college will be well represented at them.

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