EDITORS HARVARD HERALD: A great deal of dissatisfaction is expressed by men who have taken History 8 that the course is not included among those counted for honors in Political Science. The course is certainly one that should be taken by every person who wishes to devote himself to politics. The constitutional history of England is as important to a politician as European history during the seventeenth century, and it is surprising that while Roman Law is one of the courses required, a course on English constitutional history should be omitted. There are many men who have taken six or nine honors in History, including History 8, who would try for honors in this department if this course were to count. It certainly cannot be called an elementary course, but is a similar course to History 12 which is required. It is to be hoped that this course will be included in those for honors.