Students: Equality for Your Fellow Man

"Equal rights" is one of the abiding passions of today's students—and there is scarcely a special-interest group that does not have some kind of campus or- ganization championing its claims for justice. Now even homosexuals have one. Columbia has become the nation's first major university to grant recognition to the Student Homophile League, which argues that homosexuals are "unjustly, inhumanly and savagely discriminated against" in the U.S. The league plans to publicize results of research on homosexuality to fight for "the fundamental human right" of a homosexual "to live and to work with his fellow man as an equal."


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