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Talks on Economic Questions.

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Students in Political Sclence and Economics have an opportunity to get a vivid idea of the sentiments of the workingman in the concrete and the way his mind works from the "Talks" which are being given at the Wells Memorial Building, 987 Washington St., Boston. These talks are attended largely by workingmen. There is a principal speaker, and some one especially appointed to answer him. A general discussion then follows. The aim of the chairman, Mr. Joseph Lee, is to have as many points of view represented as possible, and he extends an invitation to Harvard men who can thus have a chance to hear workingmen present a question in a forcible manner. The subject at present under discussion is the eight-hour law. The next meeting will be held next Friday at eight o'clock and there will probably be talks during the month of April.

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