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Mrs. Roosevelt to Speak in Sanders

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Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt will speak at 4 p.m. this afternoon in Sanders Theatre on "The World Struggle for Human Rights" under the sponsorship of the United Nations Council.

The former President's wife is the most recent in a series of speakers brought to Harvard by the United Nations Council during the past few years including Jan Masaryk, Stanislaw Mikolajcyzk, and Lord Inverchapel.

Mrs. Roosevelt has been active in the United Nations on behalf of the Covenant of Human Rights, and is at present Chairman of the Commission on Human Rights.

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