Every man expects to vote, if not in this election, in a future one; politics is everybody's business, and especially the business of college men. There can be no such thing as indifference among those who are privileged to be called educated. There may be, should be, differences of opinion, but not indifference to any opinion. If there is any body of voters which should be informed and able to vote sanely, it is the members of the college world. Many men inherit their political beliefs and feel at ease on the subject for that reason; others read the headlines casually and decide as casually their affiliations; others consider carefully, and having made up their minds are eager to help the cause.
The Harding-Coolidge Club of Harvard is launching its active campaign. Rumors have it that the organization here of a cox-Roosevelt Club is imminent. Every undergraduate is eligible to join these. Republican or Democrat, the opportunity is offered to any student to take part in politics,--politics marked by fair intelligent discussion and sincere enthusiasm.