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Whatever their opinions about Fascism in America, Harvard students are shown by Coop sales to prefer "It Can't Happen Here" to other new flexion releases.
Selling more of the Sinclair Lewis book than even of such national best-sellers as "Europa" or 'Green Hills, of Africa," the Coop indicates a Crimson interest in Red opinion.
Choosing to trim embryonle beards with Palmolive shaving cream, Harvard men prove their preference through large purchases of this article at the Coop. And on the dental side, Harvard molars benefit from liberal doses of Squibb's tooth-paste. Coop sales also show that shaving soaps and tooth powders are inclined to lag before imposing numbers of lavatory aids contained in the tube.
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