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Registration for this year's YHP Conference will take place at the Yale News Building in New Haven from 9 to 1 o'clock Saturday, April 22. There will be a registration fee of $3.00
There will be an introductory luncheon on Friday and a banquet Friday night at which two guests will speak.
The three round table sessions will meet Friday afternoon, Saturday morning, and Saturday afternoon, for three hours apiece. At 5 o'clock Saturday afternoon there will be a plenary session at which each round table chairman will give a ten minute report and a guest speaker will summarize the entire Conference.
At 6:30 Saturday evening there will be a buffet supper and informal discussion for those who wish to stay.
"Government and Monetary Control"
First session: Nature of monetary control; Federal Reserve and Treasury policies and executive control over money.
Second session: Deficiencies in Federal Reserve Policy and in treasury policy.
Third Session: Summary and recommendations for future: Elimination of conflict between Federal Reserve and Treasury.
"Government and the Relation between Labor and Capital"
First session: The government, how much it should intervene and to what purpose? Problems arising, in peaceful bargaining. Present attitude of the government, is it successful?
Second session: Government in industrial conflict. Problems arising from tactics of labor and of employers. The NRLB and other acts, have they been successful?
Third session: Summary: How should existing legislation affecting labor relations be revised and extended? More drastic steps or an improvement in technique?
"Foreign Policy of the United States"
First session: General problems; What are the vital interests of the U. S.? Methods of maintaining neutrality.
Second session: Economic Nationalism vs. international trade and compatabilty with peace.
Third session: Immediate questions. Larger navy? Sino-Japanese Conflict, German-Austrian Anschluss, etc.
First session: The Presidency; efficiency vs. democracy, Proposals for changing executive set-up.
Second session: Civil Service system and proposed changes. Proposals for replacing Comptroller General in the interests of efficiency.
Third session: Proposal for a new Department of Welfare in place of numerous agencies; Other recommendations.
"Propaganda and Public Opinion in a Democracy"
First session: The nature of public opinion.
Second session: How it can be influenced: radio, press, movies, and others. How can you measure public opinion?
Third session: Public opinion in relation to policy and politics, to freedom of expression. Unfairness of propaganda.
Complete copies of the agendas may be seen at the CRIMSON office. Any men who are interested in attending the Conference and have not done so should notify the Executive Editor at the CRIMSON, 14 Plympton Street, giving name, address and phone number, and table for which he is applying
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