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To the Editor of the Crimson:
I owe it both to the Crimson and to myself to point out that your article of November 30th, quoting me on the present situation in France, contains important errors of fact and succeeds (quite unintentionally, I am certain) in conveying a misleading representation of what I had said to your reporter.
Please believe me, Sincerely yours, Donald C. McKay.
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