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GUARDIAN WILL BROADCAST

Discussions on New Business Room to Occupy Radio Symposium

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"Prospects and Dangers of a New Business Boom" will be discussed in a radio symposium sponsored by the Harvard Guardian, new social science magazine, over WNAC and eleven associated stations of the Yankee network tonight from 9:30 to 10 o'clock.

In correlation with the feature article of the forthcoming April issue, the program will include a talk by Seymour E. Harris, associate professor of Economics, who will weigh the forces affecting business and market conditions. Particular emphasis will be put on ways and means of preventing a recurrence of the recent depression in the wake of the incipient boom.

Additional speakers, Richard V. Gilbert and John K. Galbrath, instructors in Economics, will present the effects of the upward swing in labor and agriculture.

The Guardian has been sponsoring talks by prominent Faculty members.

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