WILLIAMSTOWN: Serious Discussion

Bernard M. Baruch, continuing in munificence, the Institute of Politics will meet again this Summer at Williams College.

The Institute has for three years past been a power-house generating serious discussion of international affairs. First projected in 1913 by Harry A. Garfield, President of Williams, it became real in 1921. Mr. Baruch guaranteed its expenses for three years. There were 138 members enrolled, most of them over 50 years of age; half of them from uni-versity faculties, the other half lawyers, diplomats, clergymen, journalists, business men, representatives...

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