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CHINESE STRUGGLE AFFECTS LAW REVIEW SUBSCRIPTIONS

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Harvardians in general may feel little direct effect from the present Sino-Jap war, but not so the Harvard Law Review, Law School legal publication, which travels all over the world. For an alarming number of Chinese subscriptions to the Review have been cancelled, according to Robert Amory Jr., 3L, treasurer of the magazine.

American magazine house agencies have ordered cancellations due to shipping difficulties, it was revealed, and many Chinese institutions will be thereby deprived of the latest hot tips in American legal knowledge.

Subscriptions which travel through the cities of Shanghai, Peiping, Nanking, Hankow, and Canton have been affected.

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