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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria University College, Wellington N.Z. Vol. 20, No. 6. May 9, 1957

Subversion on the Campus

Subversion on the Campus

Your cartoon and editorial (4th issue), your front-page about Suez, so far as it made sense (3rd issue), and your editorial comparing British intervention in Egypt with Soviet intervention in Hungary (2nd issue), all seem to lend colour to Mr. Ellis's suggestion that the editors of "Salient" are tainted with subversion.

He seems to be concerned mainly about the cyclestyled rubbish you produced on tramfares. But I, and, I hope, the great majority of rightminded students, are concerned about bigger things.

Governments are established to govern The duty of citizens who don't agree with policies of Governments is to lump what they cannot grow to like—or take a fast boat to China.

University students in particular should keep their infantile cerebrations to themselves—