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Foreign problems will be discussed by leading authorities on the subject during the fourteenth annual Foreign Affairs School, under the auspices of the Massachusetts League of Women Voters and Radcliffe College. The school will be in session at Agassiz House beginning on Tuesday, January 21, and lasting three days.
The program provides for study of the facts now shaping the policies of the leading European and Asiatic nations and their effect upon the international policy of the United States.
Among those speaking will be Dean Hindmarsh, Bruce Hopper '24, assistant professor of Government, Carl J.Friedrich, associate professor of Government, and Kendric N. Marshall '21, instructor in Government.
Opening the program Tuesday, Mrs. Henry C. Eaton of Weston will speak on "America's Neutrality Law". Bruce Hopper, '17, assistant professor of government and lecturer on international affairs, will follow with an address on "Application of Sanctions".
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