Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

This is the 1933 debate club, then known as the Forensics Club. The national debate questions for 1933 were: “Resolved that the United States should Favor Cancellation of the Inter-Allied War Debts” and “Resolved that the Federal Government Should Pursue a Policy of Inflation Until the General Price Level Approximates that of 1926.” In 1916-17, Dr. William T. Boyce (seated, far right) taught a public speaking class and organized inter-collegiate debates and speech contests. Despite Dr. Boyce’s interest in debating, the college often had trouble maintaining a team.
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