February 21, 1935, Page 1
STUDENTS TO COMBAT
NUNAN LOYALTY BILL
N.Y.C. College Student Councils,
Editors To Participate
In Protest Meeting
In order to combat the suppressive Nunan
bill, all New York City College Student Councils and editors will
participate in a meeting called by the State Committee Against the
Nunan Loyalty a Oath Bill. This committee represents the National
Student League for Industrial Democracy and The National Student
"The Senate Education Committee has,
without a hearing, reported on the Nunan Student Loyalty Oath
favorably. If the students do not prepare to combat such powerful
forces as the Hearst press, the D.A.R., and the American Legion; the
Nunan Bill will be passed with little opposition," stated Joseph
Cadden, secretary for the State Committee.
Mr. Cadden continued by saying,
"In order to defeat this Bill designed to suppress all minority belief
in New York colleges, every student in the State must demand that the
Education Committee of the Assembly hold a public hearing allowing
protest of citizens opposed to the Bill."
The following are excerpts from a
letter received from Joseph Cadden in regard to the Bill:
"While the wording of the Bill
simply calls for an oath of allegiance to the State and Federal
Constitutions it is interpreted by State Senator Nolan as an instrument
to . . .
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