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1. "For students entering Harvard College after the present academic year, the distribution requirements for the bachelor's degree shall consist of at least four courses chosen from any of the subjects not related to the field of concentration."
2. "Continues the present rules that the four courses chosen may not include German A, C, D, French A, or prescribed English, and may not include more than one course in Military Science."
3. "The chief purpose of the change in the requirements is to allow students a larger measure of freedom in the election of courses, especially during the Freshman year."
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