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A famous jurist and writer will be at Phillips Brooks House tonight at 7 o'clock in the person of Mr. Moorfield-Storey '66.
After passing through the Harvard Law School, Mr. Storey won for him self a conspicuous position in the legal profession, being honored by election to the presidency of the American Bar Association.
Mr. Storey has written a number of books and recently, in collaboration with M. P. Lichauce '23, he published a book entitled "The Conquest of the Philippines by the United States, 1898-1925." In this book Mr. Storey paints the treatment of the Philippines as something of a blot upon the good name of the United States, and points out clearly who the statesmen were to whom the responsibility for our Philippine policy must be chiefly ascribed.
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