The Dartmouth Round Table
The story of "liberalism" at Dartmouth since the War is an interesting one. With the College branded by ultra- conservatives, individually and collectively, as a hotbed of radicalism but considered by the so-called "radicals" as merely good ground for sowing their seeds of enlightenment, this article by The Round Table's president is of particular interest. It gives a vivid picture of the activity of this under- graduate organization to further the liberal trend in the College. The Round Table is a flourishing institution with a large and active membership made up of both students and members of the faculty. As Mr. Doob points out, it is through the generosity provided by the Class of 1879 Fund that The Round Table is enabled to bring lecturers to Han- over.
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