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Last Lecture on "The Social Problem" in Emerson D at 4.30 o'clock.


Mr. Charles Edward Russell will deliver a lecture on "The Socialists' Remedy" in Emerson D this afternoon at 4.30 o'clock. This is the tenth and last of a series of lectures given under the auspices of a committee of the Faculty on the general subject of "The Social Problem and its Remedies." The lecture will be open to the public.

Mr. Russell is well known as a writer upon political and economic subjects. Last November he was nominated for Governor of New York, and his vigorous campaign resulted in more than doubling the Socialist vote of the state. He is the editor of a widely read Socialist weekly, "The Coming Nation," and has published numerous articles in other magazines, notably the "World's Work." Mr. Russell spent last winter in Australia and investigated problems of government ownership and labor legislation as they are being worked out by the Labor Party there. In former years he has spent much time studying similar problems in England and other European countries.

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