Education: Quaker Parting

Pennsylvania's Haverford College last week was in an uproar. Two professors had resigned. Haverford's President Dr. Felix Morley. onetime editor of the Washington Post, said the trouble was domestic. The two professors said it was political.

When Dr. Morley quit the Post last October to take his place at Haverford, newsmen whispered that he had disagreed with Publisher Eugene Meyer over U.S. policy and the war. His friends explained that he was no isolationist, but that Haverford's peace-loving Quakers liked his scrupulously neutral attitude.

The two professors who resigned were members of...

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