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Harvard and NSA


To the editors of the Crimson:

Your editorial "Harvard and the NSA" which appeared on November 10, 1963 stated: "The Leverett House Committee has recommended that college delegates to the annual Congresses of the United States National Student Association be elected by campus-wide referendum." This statement is incorrect. The resolution, passed by the House Committee and submitted to the HCUA said:

Whereas the National Student Association has new developed into a political forum and whereas the HCUA is constitutionally limited to apolitical affairs, the Leverett House Committee moves that the HCUA no longer appoint representatives to the NSA conference.

The unanimous feeling of our Committee is: 1) Harvard should not send official representatives to the National Convention: 2) Harvard should participate in only the apolitical, student government activities of the USNSA. The Leverett House Committee

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