To the Editors of The Crimson:
When I came to Harvard this fall, I believed that Harvard stood for intellectual and academic freedom. I am no longer certain. It is extremely upsetting to me that a small number of narrow-visioned students would prevent William Shockley from debating Roy Innis on October 26. It is even more upsetting to me that the Harvard Law School Forum would assist these students in denying a Nobel Laureate his First Amendment rights. It is a rude awakening to find such hypocrisy in an academic community.
David G. Blankenhorn '77