The Senate Committee Solves the Propaganda Problem
The January 30, 1936 edition of the Minnesota Daily summarized the new rules and on the following day editorialized about them with withering sarcasm. The article covers the extensive control that Dean Nicholson was able to exercise over the flow of ideas, the distribution of leaflets and materials about political ideas, and who could participate in student government
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