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New Magazine on American Relations Has Harvard-Trained Staff; Haring Writes Article

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Coinciding with the opening of the eighth International Conference of American States, the first issue of "the Quarterly Journal of International Relations" makes its appearance. Though not officially connected with Harvard, it is a step-child of the "Harvard Guardian," its editors have all studied here, and the leading article is written by Clarence H. Haring '07, Robert, Woods Bliss Professor of Latin American History and Economics.

The Editor of the magazine, John I. B. McCulloch, is a graduate student hero in the field of Inter-American relations, and the Managing Editor, Frank P. Davidson '38, was founder and first president of the "Harvard Guardian."

The first issue is a general introduction to the problem of Inter-American relations.

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