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Crawford Vaughan Speaks at Union

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Before an appreciative audience last night in the Trophy Room of the Union, the Honorable Crawford Vaughan outlined the relations of "Greater Britain and America" from the time when "England ceased to be an empire," in 1775, to the present day. He defined the three great epochs of our country's history as: "first, when we fought for freedom for both ourselves and England; second, when we fought for the unity of the country and the freedom of the slave; and third, when we fought with the other nations for the freedom of the world."

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