Education: At Williamstown- Jul. 28, 1924

At Williamstown, Mass., a group of men gather yearly. They carry dignity in their countenances, destiny in their briefcases. They are the members of the Institute of Politics. When they talk, huge words thunder in the index ; nations rise up or crumble down ; tall Troy is burned again. Williamstown, sentinelled with maple trees, smiles at the Berkshires.

Last week, Dr. Harry A. Garfield, Chairman of the Institute and President of Williams College, issued a program and an announcement. The program named the topics that will be discussed and the notable men...

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