Watered Gruel

The Wavering and Quavering of a Brilliant Experiment

Imitation is generally considered to foe flattering. In 1921 Dr. Harry A. Garfield, head of Williams College, son of the assassinated President, called the first session of the Williamstown Institute of Politics. This unique annual event has attracted attention for ihe quality of the foreign lecturers who addressed it, the prominence of the experts who conducted its special Round Table conferences, the timeliness of the subjects discussed. Its first session was dignified by the venerable figure of the late...

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