Why the college student should study what socialism is

Boston: Intercollegiate Socialist Society, Boston Chapter, [191-]. Four-panel brochure, horizontal fold crease, mild foxing. Presidents of the chapter were E.T. Dana, listed as an "assistant" at Harvard, and Rev. G.G. Mills of Watertown. Undated, but cites president Taft as calling socialism "the most important problem which college gradates have to face."

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