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Mr. Charles Zueblin, editor of the Twentieth Century Magazine, and formerly professor of sociology in the University of Chicago, will speak on "The Meaning of Insurgency" in New Lecture Hall this afternoon at 4.30 o'clock. The lecture is open only to members of the University. Mr. Zueblin is well known as a lecturer and a writer, and is the author of "American Municipal Progress," "The Religion of a Democrat" and other important books on politics and sociology.
Today's lecture is the first of a series to be given under the auspices of a committee of the Faculty substantially the same as that which conducted the lectures last winter on "The Social Problem and its Remedies." By a vote of the Corporation these lectures will be open only to students of the University.
Arrangements have already been made with the following speakers: Judge B. B. Lindsey, the originator of the juvenile court system, November 20, subject--"Some Enemies of Progress"; Mr. L. D. Brandeis L.'77, council for the Senate Committee investigating the Ballinger-Pinchot controversy, in December, subject--"The Progressive Movement in Industrial Legislation"; Governor R. P. Bass '96, of New Hampshire, January 10, subject--"The Progressive Movement in New Hampshire". Governor Hiram Johnson of California will speak sometime in January or February on "The Progressive Movement in California." A tentative date for February 10 has been made with Governor Woodrow Wilson h.'07, of New Jersey. The remaining speakers will be announced when final arrangements have been made.
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