Letter to the Editor, November 29, 1933, Page 2
In view of the very definite war tension which brings in its wake war preparations and agitation, the Social Club feels that it is the time to mobilize students to action against the war danger.
In the past war, students were
utilized not only for fighting in the trenches but also to do work in
the research and technical laboratories by the war department. They
will have to take the same position in case of another war. This action
which the Social Science Club hopes to initiate in Brooklyn College,
has been carried out at Columbia and is being carried out in New York
University, in the form of anti-war conferences. Plans are now being
made for Brooklyn College to take its place among other colleges in the
city as definitely against war.
Social Science Club of Brooklyn College