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A group of freshmen have just formed a Harvard Freedom Council, to inform students of activity in the Soviet satellites, it was learned recently. As its first major project the group hopes to stage a Hungarian drive similar to the one completed by Kirkland House last week.
Officers of the group are John F. Maher '60, Holworthy Hall and Houston, Texas, president, and Thomas F. Glick '60, Straus Hall and Chagrin Falls, Ohio, secretary. Advisers are Zbigniew K. Brzezinski, assistant professor of Government, Wallace McDonald, director of freshman scholarships, and Frederick L. Holborn, teaching fellow in Government.
The group's first program will be a talk by Brzezinski on Wednesday night, entitled "American Foreign Policy and the Crisis in Eastern Europe."
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