Students will have the opportunity tonight to hear Arthur E. Sutherland, professor of Law, discuss the problem of denying citizenship to Communists.
Sutherland will speak before the Harvard Young Republican Club at 7:30 p.m. in the Forum Room on the fifth floor of Lamont Library.
His speech is motivated by President Eisenhower's State of the Union message delivered to Congress and broadcast nationally over radio and television Jan 19. In his message, Eisenhower recommended that those who were convicted of communism should have their citizenship abrogated.
although Sutherland professes to be a Republican, Roger A. Moore 1L, President of the Harvard Young Republican Club, stated yesterday that he was not at all certain that Sutherland holds Republican views on the topic which he is going to discuss.
Sutherland previously moderated the last meeting of the HYRC Dec. 16.