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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 10, No. 13. September 24, 1947

Correspondence — ...aims, see below ..

Correspondence

...aims, see below ...

Sir,—Re the inaugural meeting of the Society for the Purpose of Propagating (aims, see below).

An insufficient number of students being "Willing to support this motion" of creating an equilibrium, "it can only be assumed that all the students here are socialist inclined" and are against being "opposed to any form of antidemocratic organisations."

Therefore, I have co-opted Betty Grable and Sheba (Queen of) to cooperate with me on the "semi" side of our Society, "In the same manner as the Socialist Club (this is Not Fascism)" leaving the other four "signatories" to disaffiliate each other for their "inept and eccentric behaviour'" in expressing their political aims and so "promote a true understanding of what democracy is and what it means."

(May their understanding reach the dimensions of their egotism.)"

J. J. O'Malley.