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Ed School to Observe Vietnam Moratorium

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The Faculty of the Graduate School of Education voted yesterday to devote October 15, the day of the national Vietnam Moratorium, to "discussion of the problems presented" by the war.

"This is not an endorsement of the Moratorium," said Edwin E. Moise, James Bryant Conant Professor of Education and Mathematics, who introduced the resolution. Moise, a co-sponsor of the national Moratorium, said the Ed School decision was "a friendly gesture toward the Moratorium without being a commitment."

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