The 200

At Williamstown, Mass., 200 persons, including not a few personages (TiME, July 28), were ushered to seats of privilege in Chapin Hall. There was just room for them all. Some were bearded, some were bald; all looked interested. They were the chosen few of more than 1,000 who had applied to Chairman Harry Augustus Garfield, President of Williams College for membership in the fourth annual session of the Institute of International Politics. How, why, by whom the 200 were selected were matters for conjecture. But...

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