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To the Editors of the CRIMSON:
In the interest of accurate reporting concerning the "surprisingly militant Harvard Undergraduate Council" and not myself, I feel it necessary to call your attention to the context in which I was quoted as saying that it was "time to quit asking for just another hour."
It would be absurd to ask the Committee on the Houses to spent its time discussing, again the issues pertaining tot a piecemeal extension of parietals. These issues were examined and considered rather completely in the Fall of 1966. What is a fair topic for discussion, it seems to me, is the larger question of who should be involved in making the decisions affecting the personal lives and freedoms of Harvard undergraduates. In this context, it is high time, indeed, that "we quit asking for just another hour." Craig Stewart Chairman Leverett House Committee
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