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The Harvard delegation to the Council of Foreign Relations Conference in New York City will meet this afternoon with the delegates from John Hopkins, Columbia, and Pennsylvania to discuss "The Slackening of U. S. Foreign Trade".
The Harvard delegation will consist of Rolf Kaltenborn '37, Robert L. Bishop '37, Edward O. Miller '37, and Richard W. Gilder 1G.B. Other Harvard men connected with the discussions are: Francis B. Sayre, Professor at the Law School from 1919 to 1934; Dr. B. M. Anderson, Jr. Assistant Professor of Economics from 1913 to 1918; Dr. Edmund E. Day, successively Instructor, Assistant Professor in Economics from 1910 to 1923 and president-elect of Cornell; and Lawrence Dennis '19.
Other conferences scheduled for Friday are those on "Trade Treaties and Currency Stabilization," "Free Trade and Economic Sufficiency," and "Our Future Trade Policy."
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