Ray Chase monitored who spoke on campus, and included some of those speakers who he found objectionable in his accusations that the University of Minnesota was infiltrated by communists. The names of speakers were most likely provided by Dean of Students Edward Nicholson, Chase’s conduit for information about students. This annotated list includes who Chase approved or disapproved of by their political outlook.
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