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Peter J. Ferrara

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Abolish Affirmative Action Quotas

O N A RECENT SUNDAY afternoon about 150 students gathered in Harvard Yard to express their support for affirmative action

Libertarian Urges End to Restrictions On Liberty in U.S.

The debate in this election year should not be how much and where the government ought to regulate people's lives,

Moynihan's Resignation

D ANIEL PATRICK Moynihan's courage and candor, displayed during his brief stay at the U.N., represents a small victory not

Render Unto Cesar...

U NION REPRESENTATION elections have been held for just over 35,000 farmworkers in California under a new state law which

Should the State Ban Handguns?

The two recently attempted assassinations of President Ford have again made gun control a major political issue. This is especially

People vs. Buckley

T WO PRESIDENTIAL assassination attempts within 17 days last month have once again made handgun confiscation a major national issue.

What's Right in the Ec Department?

A S THE RESULT of an intensive public relations campaign, an unfortunate myth persists at Harvard that the Economics Department

A Reply

Last week in an Opinion Page article entitled "Busing: the Best Available Means," Brian Bohn charged that in my article,

The Failure of Busing

L AST WEEK Federal Judge W. Arthur Garrity Jr. ordered even more busing for Boston's schools next year, doubling the

What Is Justice?

T HE IDEA THAT justice means equality is often assumed bur rarely argued for, Writers assume that to show that

Nozick Says Liberty May Be Casualty Of Economic Woes

Misunderstandings over the cause of current economic crises may lead to a serious and unnecessary curtailment of freedom in the

Harvard Coop Members Vote In Board Change Controversy

Memebers of the Harvard Cooperative Society began voting this week on a proposal to change the way its Board of

Don't Tread On Me

H AVING A SCHOOL of economics as a father is probably very difficult. As the son of the famous iconoclast

The Docks of Delano

Chavez forces me to join union. This year I make $1400 less than last year. --Giorgio Aglipay, farm worker A

Has Chavez Fooled Harvard?

Last week four House masters announced that they were joining a boycott against Harvard Provision Co., a liquor store in

STANTING TALL
Football

Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

Highlight

Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads