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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol 7, No. 6. July 12, 1944

[Letter from the Committee of the I.R.C. to Salient Vol. 7, No. 6. July 12, 1944]

Sir,—Few people object to a fair criticism, but Whui's misleading report of our meeting on the "Foreign Policy of the U.S.S.R." (appearing in the last Salient) cannot in our opinion be considered fair, for the following reasons: In the first place, it concentrated on' the first part of Mr. Miller's address, omitting all reference to foreign policy, and in so doing threw the address out of its true perspective. In the second place, the report violates Salient's aim of being "The Organ of Student Opinion" in that it suppressed all arguments from the floor with which those responsible for the report happened to disagree.

Signed by the Committee of the I.R.C.

J. O. Miller.

B. N. Dawe.


S. Magee.

E. J. Patrick.

M. H. Holm.

F. F. Fyffe.

B. M. O'Connor.

S. Campbell.