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The next debate, on Thursday evening, will be on whether the causes of divorce should be made uniform throughout the United States by constitutional amendment. Articles on both sides of the question may be found under "Harvard Union" in the English alcove. "Divorce" is one of the subjects discussed by Professor Peabody in Philosophy eleven. And it should be said that it is one of the most important and difficult questions with which our States have at present to deal. Because of the dangerous increase of divorce, the consequent alarm of the people, and the rise and spread of agitation on the subject, it has become a live and serious question. In the December number of the Andover Review, Rev. A. P. Peabody says: "Christian civilization at the present time is encountering no peril of so dire portent as the loosening of the mystical bond, with the inevitably consequent profligacy of every name and type."

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