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Former Harvard President James B. Conant will give the Stafford Little Lectures at Princeton. University in late Feburary, it was learned yesterday. The lectures are given annually by men of international prominence, and are devoted to a discussion of world affairs.
At present Ambassador to the Republic of West Germany, Conant has entitled his three-lecture series "Three Ways of Thinking," with the sub-title, "Some Observations on Germany and the United States."
Last year's lectures were devoted to Woodrow Wilson's career as a political and world leader. Past lecturers include Grover Cleveland, Theodore Roosevelt, Albert Einstein, John Foster Dulles, Henry L. Stimson, Thomas E. Dewey, and George F. Kennan.
Conant will speak on three successive afternoons: Feb. 26, 27, and 28.
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