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To the Editors of the CRIMSON:
Since the CRIMSON has pledged its support, editorially, to the Republican candidates, Harding and Coolidge, I, as a graduate student, hope that there will be organized at once, in opposition, a Cox and Roosevelt club, through which those of us who cannot tolerate Mr. Harding's attitude on the League and his marked reactionary views, may give expression to our opinions.
Why not a Harvard organization working, in a small way, along the lines of the independent Cox league, headed by Professor Irving Fisher of Yale?
The issue at the election this fall is vitally important, and it will be a costly disaster if the Republicans are allowed to win, after their unidealistic and partisan conduct since the armistice.
Liberals and progressives of Harvard, now is the time to work for the election of Cox and Roosevelt, and so silence Ledge and the rest of his partisan knockers. FRANK O. HOLMES, 4 Dv.
October 4, 1920.
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