Samuel H. Beer, Professor of Government, will open the 1956 Summer Lecture Series at 3:00 this afternoon, speaking on the topic, Liberalism and the Democratic Party. Like all subsequent events on the lecture schedule, today's talk will be open to the public and free of charge. The next lecture is set for July 19, when Robert G. McCloskey associate professor of Government will speak on The Republican Outlook.
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