J. Lorand Matory

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Affirmative Scapegoating

I have no doubt that America and Harvard belong to me and I to them.

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What Harvard Has Taught Me

At the end of a successful comp for The Crimson, each new editor in my cohort was asked to name

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What Do Critics of Israel Have to Fear?

At what point do imbalances in access to money, media, and society’s administrative apparatuses constitute the censorship of dissent? Recent

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Orwellian Uses of ‘Free Speech’

“Free speech” is a fine principle, but, as a foundation of the University’s business, it is both insufficient and vague.

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Israel and Censorship at Harvard

Since Vietnam, Israel has become the heartbeat of U.S. foreign policy and a litmus test of what can be debated—and

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The Progressives’ Prejudice

Some students, faculty, and administrators believe that black people are subject to disproportionate suspicion, monitoring, and punishment—not only in America

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Why I Stood Up: The Case Against Summers

“The economic logic behind dumping a load of toxic waste in the lowest-wage country is impeccable” could serve as the

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Freshmen

Survey Part I: Get To Know Harvard’s Class of 2018

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Class of 2018: By the Numbers

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An Evil Woman

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