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"Approach to History" will be the subject under discussion next Wednesday evening at Kirkland House when five professors speak at a meeting sponsored by the Council of History and Literature Concentrators.
The speakers represent widely divergent attitudes toward the theory and study of history, raging form a Marxian to an ultra-conservative point of view. After the meeting there will be cross-discussion among the members of the panel, followed by questions from the floor.
The professors who will talk are: Crane Brinton, associate professor of History, Frederick Merk, professor of History, Perry Miller, associate professor of History and Literature, John M. Potter '26, assistant professor of History and Literature, and D. J. Struik, professor of Mathematics at M. I. T.
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