When I was a graduate student during the 1970s, the Concerned Alumni of Princeton (CAP) was a very active conservative organization opposed to coeducation. (Samuel Alito was a CAP member and included his membership in the organization on a job application to work in the Reagan administration in 1985.)

This article features the views of Abigail Anthony ’23: the president of the Princeton chapter of the Federalist Society, chief copy editor of The Princeton Tory, vice president emerita of the POCC, a founder of the Princeton chapter of the Network of Enlightened Women, and an undergraduate fellow of the James Madison Program.

It is nice that CAP was unsuccessful (it disbanded in 1986), thus making it possible for Anthony to be an active participant in these current on-campus political debates.

Donald R. Kirsch *78
New York, N.Y.