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Roger N. Baldwin '05, Director of the American Civil Liberties Union, and Clarence B. Randall '12, Vice-President, and Director of the Inland Steel Company have been selected to give lectures under the Godkin Foundation on April 25, 26, 28, and 29 on "Civil Liberties and Industrial Conflict."
Baldwin, a famed liberal, is head of the Civil Liberties Union, an organization made up of a staff of lawyers who volunteer their services to help protect civil liberties. At present the organization is active in Jersey City.
Jersey City's Mayor Hague has recently put up a barrier against the C.I.O. organization as far as his city is concerned, and the Civil Liberties Union has been fighting the mayor on the ground that the labor group has a right to function in Jersey City.
Randall will give the lectures on April 28 and 29. He is President of the Associated Harvard Clubs and a trustee of Chicago University.
The terms of the foundation require that the lectures deal with "the essentials of free government and the duties of the citizen."
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