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HICKS "DEPRESSED" BY MUCH THAT HARVARD SYMBOLIZES

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"There has always been a great deal about Harvard that I do not care for," writes Granville Hicks '23 in his defense of his own viewpoint in "I Love America," just off the Modern Age presses.

Admitting his gratitude "that I know there is a Harvard that belongs to us and our America," the extracurricular American History Counselor for next year still finds it depressing to return to Cambridge and see the new Houses. "So much of Harvard symbolizes what I do not like that it is hard for me to feel strong affection for it."

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