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Letter, April 11, 1935, Page

Anti-War Strike

To the Editor:

            On April 13, 1934, over four thousand Brooklyn College students left classrooms to participate in the largest and most orderly demonstration against war and Fascism. Tomorrow our students are again requested to leave their classes. Good! But may I inquire why this year's demonstration is to last from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.? Is this supposed to be a holiday or a protest? Whoever called the strike against War and Fascism to last for two and a halt hours is acting unwisely. The students should try to have our college administration friendly to the movement, but official sanction will never be granted for a half day holiday.

                        Henry Tannenbaum



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