To the Editor of the Crimson:
The F. B. I. has moved into Harvard to investigate supposititious "subversive activities," according to the Christian Science Monitor. This move has obviously been made for the purpose of tarring non-interventionist activities at Harvard with the Communist stick. The Harvard Committee Against Military Intervention has not, of course, been approached, for it is a middle-of-the-road group and represents about three-fourths of the 51 per cent at Harvard who, according to the Crimson poll, are opposed to intervention. We invite the F. B. I. to investigate us--but at the same time we deplore the attempts of the government to terrorize minorities (such as the Student Union) by publicizing their names, and hence inviting discrimination against them by employers. This constitutes an abridgment of the right of assembly, and we greatly regret that the University has had a hand in it by releasing the names of students as they did. David K. Eichler 1G., Comm. Against Military Intervention.