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English 6.

Debate for Jan. 11, 1898.


Question: "Resolved, That, assuming its constitutionality, the adoption of an educational and a property qualification for suffrage in the United States would be beneficial to the government."

Affirmative.H. K. Brent '98, Guy Newhall '98.

General References: North Am. Rev. v. 136, pp. 119, 201; v. 127, p. 1; v. 144, p. 306; Century XV, p. 621; Nation III, pp. 371, 430; VIII, p. 125; Property Qualif. in R. I., N. Am. Rev. v. 137, p. 413; Machine Gov't in U. S., Bryce, chs. 57-64.

Negative.W. C. Dennis 1 G., A. L. Bloom '98.

General References: Bryce, ch. 17-19; Century XV, p. 621; Mill, "Representative Gov't;" Nation for 1887.

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