Religion: Sense or Nonsense?

The first rule of most clubs, colleges and societies that apply "quotas" to restrict Jews is to deny that they would do any such thing. Dartmouth's longtime President Ernest Martin Hopkins, having frankly admitted to using the quota system at Dartmouth, last week found himself roundly damned.

New York's minority-conscious Post, belatedly learning of Hopkins' views, skimped space from the war to bannerline on Page 1: "DARTMOUTH BARS JEWS 'TO END ANTI-SEMITISM,' SAYS PREXY." Next day PM, the Post's rival tabloid, took it up, running Hopkins' picture side by side with Nazi Jew-baiter Alfred Rosenberg. PM accused President Hopkins of...

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