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Painter Asks Investigation

Lawrence A. Hodston, a Harvard painter and shop steward of local 1138 (Harvard) of the Painter's Union, said last night

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Exploitation of the Workers

FOR MANY students at Harvard, the campaign of SDS and Afro to promote the painters' helpers to journeymen painters is

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D. C. Protest Points to Growing Militance

While most journalists and observer's have contented themselves with pointing out the pacifity of the Washington Mobilization, making only passing

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Revolution in Virginia Politics

IT HAS BEEN a long time since anyone has used the word "populist" in a contemporary political context. With the

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From the Shelf Mole in a Mess

The goals of a revolutionary newspaper are different from those of other papers. In reporting news, it aims at mobilizing

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Brass Tacks The Freshman Dean's Office

THE FRESHMAN who has not been filled with advice from "experienced" elders and with stories of college "hangups" from friends

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Pusey at SFAC

P RESIDENT PUSEY'S appearance before the Student-Faculty Advisory Council March 25 may prove to be one of the more significant

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S D S Conference Starts in Austin

AUSTIN, TEXAS, Mar. 27--The Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) have won their battle to hold their spring National Council

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The Kennedy Campaign

P ERHAPS the journalists who wrote so much of the new politics in 1968 should be forced to examine the

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Politics Determine Next Berkeley Move

The politics of the California Senate race has given the Berkeley crisis of the last week much greater political significance

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Vietnam Isn't Issue in Oregon -- Wayne Morse Is

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McGOVERN SEEN AS LIKELY SENATE VICTOR

MINEHAHA CITY, South Dakota, October 8--There is a strong conservative wind blowing across the fields of South Dakota this fall.

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J.D. Watson Advised Government On Chemical-Biological Warfare

Nobel prize-winning biologist and author James D. Watson admitted earlier this week to having served on a secret Presidential chemical

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Tufts Undergraduates Gain Power To Formulate All Dormitory Rules

Tufts College has approved a plan giving students the power to make all rules relating to dormitory life--including sex, drugs,

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Northeastern President to See Students on Demands; Sit-in Off

Northeastern University President Asa S. Knowles has agreed to meet with moderate and radical student leaders this afternoon about student

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