Education: Piedmont Uprising

The campus of Georgia's little (210 full-time students) Piedmont College had been in a turmoil ever since the news leaked out that the college was accepting $500 a month from antiSemitic, anti-Negro Judge George Armstrong's educational association, headed by Major General (ret.) George Van Horn Moseley (TIME, March 12). Last week the uproar boiled over. President James E. Walter, who had already fired one instructor for objecting to the gift, fired Treasurer David B. Eddy, who had never made any secret of his anti-Moseley feeling. Cracked one trustee about all the protests: "The...

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