Fairbank, Lattimore Will Speak on U.S.Foreign Policy in China Today

America's foreign policy for China will be the feature panel subject at the All-College Conference program today.

Owen Lattimore, professor at Johns Hopkins; John K. Fairbank '29, professor of History; and William Henry Chamberlain, columnist for the Wall Street Journal, will debate several problems of our relations with China. The forum will take place at 4:15 p.m. in the Paine Music Building.

Problems in U.S. Foreign Aid programs will be attacked in the other feature panel discussion today. Speakers will be Henry Wallace, former Vice-President; Thomas Schelling, Mutual Security Administration; and John Harriman, columnist for the Boston Globe. This panel will also take place at 4:15. Both panels will have a special registration at the door.

The All-College Conference will begin at 10:15 a.m. with several panel discussions on regional foreign policy. Registration will take place in Phillips Brooks House between 9 and 10:15 a.m. and 11:30 and 1 p.m.

10:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.


India: speakers, Dr. Eddi Asirvatham, Mr. Subbiah Kanappan, in Sever 35.

Southeastern Asia: speakers: Miss Jean Mintz, Professor Rupert Emerson, in Associated Harvard Club Room of Harkness Common.

Coordination of American Foreign Policy: speakers, Professor Bruce Hopper, Professor William Y. Elliott, Harvey Bundy, in Wheeler Room of Holmes Hall.

Germany: Colonel George Stewart, Geoffrey Lewis, in Sever 23.

U.N. and U.S. Foreign Policy: Benjamin H. Brown, Daniel Cheever '39, in Meeting Room, Harkness Common.

Foreign Aid and U.S. Economy: Professor Wassily W. Leontief, Professor Charles P. Kinderberger, in Sever 35.

1:45 to 3:45 p.m.

Eastern Europe: Dr. Albert Lord '34, Ernest Pisko, Bishop Alexander Szentlvanyi, in Sever 23.

Middle East: Abdul Rahman Al-Habeeb, Colonel George Stewart, in Wheeler Room of Holmes Hall.

The afternoon discussions will also include panels on Japan, Latin America, American Society and Foreign Policy, the U.N. and U.S. Foreign Policy, and candidates' Views of Foreign Policy.