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A letter from Arthur A. Hauck, President of the University of Maine, to Evans Clark, Secretary of the Council for Democracy, written on September 30, 1943 in regards to President Hauck's membership with the Committee on the Group Life of Students of the National Association of State Universities and a discussion on 'Racial Problems and Student Attitudes and suggestions to help the conversation. Warren Brown, from the Council of Democracy, responded to President Hauck on November 1, 1943 stating that they sent material in regards to Black lives and to send back a reaction.
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Hauck, Arthur A. and Brown, Warren, "Correspondence between President Authur A. Hauck and Warren Brown regarding Information on Race Prejudices" (1943). University of Maine Racial Justice Collection. 102.