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The Movement Was Silent But Vietnam Is Winning

P RESIDENT EMERITUS Nathan M. Pusey '28, must be eating his heart out. The nasty events that made his last

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Mary I. Bunting, past president of Radcliffe, and George W. Ball, a high-ranking diplomat under Presidents John F. Kennedy '40

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War Crimes in Asia

Richard Nixon is informally on trial for his responsibility in the Watergate scandal. As witnesses parade before the Ervin Committee,

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Rosovsky Becomes Number Two

Henry Rosovsky is now the Number Two man in the University. Rosovsky will leave his teaching post in the Economics

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Past Deans Took Longer to Appoint

President Bok's appointment today of Henry Rosovsky as the new dean of the Faculty ends an interregnum in University Hall

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A Week of Friendship

Pham Van Dong, the prime minister of North Vietnam, has been a revolutionary for half a century. He helped Ho

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Gill Says Intelligence Groups Were Ineffective in Cambridge

Jessie L. Gill, the FBI informer, charged in an article written for today's Crimson that Federal intelligence agencies conducted ineffective

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Jessie Gill Comes In From the Cold

J ESSIE L. GILL was picketing outside Holyoke Center in January 1967, protesting what she termed unsatisfactory conditions in her

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Bombers Hit Laos Again

America has bombed Laos longer than any one nation has ever bombed another nation in world history. U.S. air strikes

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Social Judo: The Mass Hall Takeover

Harvard is an extremely prestigious university, as anyone who comes here from Cedar Rapids, Iowa soon finds out. The high

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Gill Sings, FBI, CIA Squirm

What do J. Edgar Hoover, William Loeb, Rep. James C. Cleveland (R-N.H.) and Dean Whitlock have in common? The answer:

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Loeb Confirms Aid to FBI Informer

William Loeb, the conservative publisher of the Manchester, N.H., Union-Leader, confirmed yesterday that he had helped expedite payments from government

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Rosovsky, Lindzey In Front

Two relative dark horses have emerged as the leading candidates for the next permanent dean of the Faculty. Henry Rosovsky,

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The Issues in Today's Grad Student Strike

For the fourth time in the past five years. Harvard students are being asked to usher in the balmy days

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Cultural Center Plans Fund Drive

The Afro-American Cultural Center is running out of money. The Center, which sponsors a variety of educational and social programs

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