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Respects Oath Dissenters

THE MAIL

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

To the Editors of the CRIMSON:

In order to avoid a misunderstanding of my statement published in the Harvard CRIMSON Wednesday, November 1, I wish to say that although I do not think that the so-called loyalty oath of the University of California is so injurious to the independence of science as many of my friends among the non-signers do, I feel the greatest admiration for those who, for the maintenance of an important principle which they considered endangered, gave up their positions; and I sincerely hope that other universities will appoint them as soon as possible. Hans Kelsen,   Visiting Lecturer   on Government

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