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"Knock the props from under Hitler and Mussolini by granting such concessions as the internationalization of colonies," Payson S. Wild, Jr., assistant professor of Government, advised the democracies in his talk "America and the Fascist Powers" presented last night before the Freshman Division of the Union. The meeting was held in the Upper Common Room of the Union.

"How to keep peace in the world?" was the question around which both the speech of Professor Wild and the discussion centered. "Neutrality won't work," the speaker stated, "the democracies must line up against the fascists and be prepared to fight."

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