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To the Editors of the CRIMSON:
The Intercollegiate Socialist Society takes this opportunity through the columns of your magazine, to issue a challenge to the members of your Faculty or to prominent citizens of your community to a debate on Socialism. A number of well-known men and women have consented to debate on the affirmative side of the subject in the more prominent colleges of the country.
Socialism is one of the most important problems in the world today and an understanding of its principles is essential to an understanding of the age in which we live. We feel that one of the best ways to promote this understanding among college men and women is to give students an opportunity to hear the arguments for and against Socialism presented from the same platform. The debate, if possible, should be held in one of the large halls on the campus.
The Society will greatly appreciate the assistance of all collegians in the arrangement of a debate in your institution. All communications relative to the debate should be addressed to the Intercollegiate Socialist Society, 70 Fifth avenue, New York City. HARRY W. LAIDLER, Secretary. November 9, 1920.
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