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As a result of the success of its present Wednesday night series of radio talks, the Harvard Guardian yesterday announced a new half-hour program over WNAC and eleven associated stations of the Yankee Network on Monday, March 22, from 9:30 to 10:00 o'clock in the evening. The new feature will present Seymour E. Harris '20, associate professor of Economics, Richard V. Gilbert '23, instructor in Economics, and John K. Galbraith, instructor in Economics, in a symposium on "The Prospects and Dangers of a New Business Room".
Professor Harris will open the program next Monday with a discussion of the factors indicating another upward swing in business and market conditions, including in his remarks a survey of various measures that might be taken to avoid another depression after the inflationary period.
All three speakers are well-known members of the Department of Economics, and their talks will correlate with one of the feature articles in the fourth-coming April issue of the Guardian.
Meanwhile, Sidney B. Fay '96, professor of History will continue the present Guardian series of talks on current affairs tonight at 9:00 o'clock in his discussion of "Germany Today."
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