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Jennie Lee, the Scotch lassie who was a member of Parliament at the age of 24, and the first woman socialist to bed admitted to the English bar, will speak in the New Lecture Hall at eight o'clock on Tuesday under the auspices of the Liberal Club of the Radcliffe International Club and of Phillips Brooks House.
Miss Lee will speak on "The Decline of English liberty." She has traveled extensively in Central Europe in America, and in Soviet Russia. During the last several months she has been in close contact with the developments in New Germany, and has helped to aid the victims of the Hitler regime.
A member of the independent Labor Party, she is a graduate of Ediubargh University. On leaving the University she taught school until she was elected to Parliament in 1929.
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