Talk:Harris Wofford

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Wofford's involvement in world federalism[edit]

Interesting story:

The U.W.F. movement started in a bathtub, roughly speaking, some seven years ago. Harris Wofford, a student at an eastern high-school, heard Clarence Streit (author of "Union Now") over the radio, while bathing. Inspired by Streit's plea for a supra-national government, Wofford leaped out of the tub and proceeded to form an organization known as the Student Federalists. But it wasn't until after the San Francisco Conference in 1945 that the campaign for One World began to give off steam. - The Harvard Crimson, Mar. 11, 1949. Rad Racer | Talk 19:32, 8 Apr 2005 (UTC)

Elizabethtown College honorary degree[edit]

Are recipients of honorary degrees typically considered alumni of the institution that granted those degrees? Wofford is very famously an alumnus of Howard University, so it is kind of misleading to see the Elizabethtown College alumni category listed.

The answer to your question is "no". And someone else has already removed that category. -- John Broughton (♫♫) 17:11, 6 December 2014 (UTC)

Does he have some resemblance to Hubert Humphrey?[edit]

That occurred to me years ago (I first heard of him in 1991), but I said nothing, because he was a political candidate.) — Preceding unsigned comment added by 128.63.16.20 (talk) 19:40, 18 March 2015 (UTC)

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