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To the Crimson:

On taking over my responsibilities as president of the Young Conservatives, I would like to make clear that I am not heading a pro-fascist organization. The Organization has made one of the principal points of the constitution that was adopted by a unanimous vote at the first meeting, that it, opposes Fascism and Communism, and in strict adherence to its purpose, its platform stand for neutrality in Spain.

I understand that in my absence a misunderstanding developed about the purpose of the organization, and I want to make clear now our stand and that the organization is completely behind me in these points essential to our purpose of advancing truth. Michael P. Grace '40.   President, Young Conservatives.

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