To the Editor of the Crimson:
As one of many thinking groups that have switched from an unpopular peace-at-almost-any-price stand to open belligerency against Germany, the Harvard Student Union has been the most recent target for Crimson pot-shots. Yet only last year the Crimson stumbled about trying to find a sinecure that would defeat Hitler and keep America from getting hurt.
Whether your board has been right is not the question; whether it has been tolerant and fair in appraising the views of other organizations definitely is. The Student Union has been guilty only of the typically democratic sin, the right to change one's mind. Donald Fine '44.