Letter, April 17, 1935, Page 2
To the Editor:
The success of the anti-war strike must serve as the impetus for increased anti-war activity on the part of all students, and not as the end of a campaign.
We must realize that one day's activity will not defeat the war preparations which are going on every day and are not impeded by rain or holiday. Students in Brooklyn College are urged to join the Anti-war League, which is engaged in activity in the college. The only requirement for membership is an SAB ticket and the acceptance of the Orford pledge:
"We pledge ourselves not to support the government of the United States in any war it may conduct:"