Education: Electoral Expert

The morning plane from Miami settled down to a landing in Havana and out stepped a bespectacled, rumple-haired man who once was called "the best known North American in Central and South America." It was not because he was president of Princeton University that the Cuban Government had sent a hurry call for Harold Willis Dodds. The Government had on its hands an electoral tangle which had caused Cuba's Presidential election to be postponed three times in a year.

Before he became Princeton's president. Dr. Dodds was forever making trips to Latin-American capitals. His...

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