By a resolution passed in a meeting last night, the Harvard Liberal Union decided to ask the excutive council of the organization to publish a statement of its position, and to point out the differences between its ideas and those of the H.S.U the Y.C.L., and the A.D.S.L.
The motion was proposed when a group of the Liberal Union put forward another motion that all members of organizations supporting different views from those of the Liberal Union be excluded from the group. This proposal was construed to be aimed at members of the Y.C.L., and other Communistic organizations.
The latter motion was voted down because it was considered unnecessary and because the executive council felt that it was not a desirable proposal for a democratic organization to adopt. The purpose of the counter-motion was to clear up any misunderstanding that may exist in the University as to the viewpoint of the H.L.U., officials said.
At the meeting Kenneth T. Young '39 teaching fellow in Government, spoke to the members of the Liberal Union about the tactics of Red organizations, and how the H.L.U. could combat them.