In the Atlantic Monthly for February is published a study by President Eliot on American liquor laws. In 1893 about fifty men were writing in co-operation on various sociological topics and undertook a detailed study of the liquor problem. The work was divided between four committees. The legislative committee was composed of President Eliot, James C. Carter of the Board of Overseers and President Seth Low of Columbia.
The number also contains articles by Col. T. W. Higginson '41 and J. J. Chapman '84.
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