The Contributions of the Landed Man to Civil Liberty

The Contributions of the Landed Man to Civil Liberty

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The Contributions of the Landed Man to Civil Liberty

The Contributions of the Landed Man to Civil Liberty

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This is the first essay of a series to be known as "David A. Wells Prize Essays." These essays are to be printed under the direction and editing of the David A. Wells Professor of Political Science, of Williams College, and one is to appear during each year following an award of the prize. The prize is $500 "in gold coin of standard weight and fineness, or in the form of a medal of gold suitably inscribed, at the option of the recipient." Competition is confined to those who are members of the Senior Class when the subject for an essay is announced, and to graduates of not more than three years' standing.

The following provision of the will of the late David A. Wells, the founder of the competition, governs the committee in the selection of subjects and in the consideration of essays:

"No subject shall be selected for competitive writing or investigation and no essay shall be considered which in any way advocates or . . .

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