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Third intersection Debate, Thursday, March 31, 1898.
Question: "Resolved, That the United States should abandon its policy of international isolation."
Section I. Affirmative.
H. K. Brent, J. H. Cooper, W. C. Dennis.
Section II. Negative.
G. Grilk, G. L. Patterson, R. W. Stover.
The public is invited.
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