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Yesterday, in a meeting held in the Phillips Brooks House, the Harvard Student Union recognized Armistice Day with an informal round table discussion which was devoted to the problems confronting world peace.
This group, which consisted of approximately 30 students, discussed the question of American neutrality in the event of a possible Italian or German aggression. Another problem treated by this body was the possibility that the United States might remain free from entanglements in the war which is at present being waged between China and Japan.
Although the discussion was left largely in the hands of the students, it was directed by Charles W. Duhig '29, and S. Shepard Jones, who are both members of the Harvard faculty.
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