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Enrollment of Cambridge citizens in the Peace Action campaign, the sale of Peace Bonds and Solicitation of Signatures to the People's Mandate comprise the program of the Peace Action Study Group of the Harvard Peace Society for the next week.
In a house-to-house canvass in Cambridge, members of the group will seek to pledge citizens to support peace legislation in congress with telegrams and votes. They will also sell "Peace Bonds", a method of financing the National Council for the Prevention of War. The bonds yield dividends "in peace and security."
The third point in the program consists of obtaining signatures to teh People's Mandate. This is a petition being circulated in 44 countries of the world, demanding of the governments immediate halt in preparations for war, subsequent disarmament, use of the existing machinery for peace, and the establishment of economic treaties.
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