Confidential memo from Peter H. Fitzgerald to President Howard Neville recounting a conversation with Sturgis Haskins, vice chair of the Wilde-Stein Club, protesting "that the University administration was in a deceitful manner, denying the members of the Wilde Stein Club their rights as students and as citizens."
Fitzgerald, Peter H. and Haskins, Sturgis, "Memo from Peter Fitzgerald to Howard Neville" (1974). Social Justice: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. 337.
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