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To the Editors of the CRIMSON, Cambridge, Mass.
In one of your issues last June you offered some editorial advice concerning the conduct of Government 1. This justifiable interest on your part in the conduct of the course is my excuse for addressing you at this time.
Having reflected on your criticisms and those of others also, I have made extensive alterations in the plans for conducting the course. These apply to the method of grading not only, but also to the choice of reading and the method of conducting section meetings. I have also made some changes in the subjects and arrangement of the lectures. If you are planning to issue a guide to courses this Fall or other systematic comment on the instruction offered by the University, 1 should appreciate an opportunity to explain these proposed changes more in detail to a member of your Board. Sincerely yours, Arthur N. Holcombe.
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