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42 Harv. L. Rec. 1 (1966)

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VOL, 42 NO. I           FIFTEEN CENTS
CAMBRIDGE, MASS.           FEB. 3, 1966
1 Haar to New Federal PostI
Professor Charles M. Haar has been
appointed assistant secretary in the new
federal Department of Housing and Urban
Affairs and was confirmed a week ago by the
Senate.
The Law School has granted him a two-
year leave of absence.
An expert on land planning and land use,
Prof. Haar's selection indicates, according to
The New York Times, that the new depart-
ment will attempt to coordinate the activities
of entire metropolitan areas to ensure orderly
metropolitan growth.
(Continued on page 15)

Reuss Urges U.N. Act
to Resolve [iet War
By Paul M. Branzburg
Those who listened carefully to the final
chorus of debate about Vietnam policy before
the resumption of bombing last Monday will
have detected a resurgence of interest in a
United Nations solution which foreshadowed
the Security Council debate.
At a luncheon speech in Harkness last
Saturday, Democratic Representative Henry
S. Reuss, LL.B. '36, of Wisconsin's Fifth Con-
gressional District (Milwaukee) told the
Harvard Law-Graduate Democratic Club: I
would keep the war damped down to what
it is now and I would hastily pursue bilateral
peace efforts. If these fail, I would then
hope that the President would go before the
General Assembly of the United Nations
under its Uniting For Peace procedures and
make a firm request for a free election in
South Vietnam under the July 1954 agree-
ment.
I would ask, he continued, that the U.N
have a 'beefed-up' international force in Viet
nam with which to conduct an election, in-
sure the peace, and insure sec'et ballots and
peaceful polling places.
Anticipating the argument that a failure
(Continued on page 6)

New Dean Added to Reshuffled HLS Staff
By Michael Lowenberg
A new Assistant Dean, Russell A. Simp-
son, joined the Law School administration,
as a reshuffling of the top administrative
responsibilities went into effect following the
depaiture of Secretary Russell H. Peck.
In addition, Joseph E. Leininger has been
proposed as the successor to Vice Dean Louis
A. Toepfer, who will leave at the end of the
academic year to assume the post of Dean
and Professor of Law at the Franklin T.
Backus School of Law at Western Reserve
University in Cleveland.
Mr. Leininger is presently serving as Sec-
retary of International Legal Studies and   *                                  1
Adviser to Foreign Students. Mr. Peck is

Dean Russell A. Simpson

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