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At an open debate in Upper Massachusetts last evening the question was discussed: "Resolved, That the time has now come for the United States to interfere in Cuba even if it involve us in a war with Spain."
A large number of men spoke on both sides of the question, including several 'Varsity debaters.
After the debate a vote was taken on the merits of the question and resulted in 34 votes for the affirmative and 151 for the negative. A motion was then adopted to send a telegram to President McKinley, announcing the question debated and the vote taken, and that the meeting was a publicly called meeting of the students of Harvard University.
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