Robert Decherd

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Credit Where Due

R EADING PERIOD BEGINS tomorrow, and for the first time in almost a decade, Harvard's student population will spend the

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The Critical Distinction

V ICTOR GOLD, Vice President Agnew's former press secretary, wrote a fascinating piece on the Watergate debacle for Sunday's New

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Two Kinds of Shields

T HE HYSTERIA ABOUT shield laws for newspaper reporters has subsided since the national media saturated American readers in January

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Scarce Commodities

D ALLAS, Texas -- It has always been something of a mystery to Harvard's resident population exactly what Harvard's president

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One-to-One Rat Race

A N ARTICLE in Monday's Crimson noted that Stanford University, by eliminating a rule restricting its enrollment to a 60-40

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Double-Think

S HOULD THE GRADUATE Student and Teaching Fellow Union strike scheduled to begin today come off as planned, it will

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Play It Again, Sam

A N INTERCEPTED communication to Woody Allen from M. Deacon Dake '73, First Class Marshal: "Dear Mr. Allen: "Please do

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Hardshell Realism

O NE REPORT FROM MIAMI Beach following the Democratic Convention last summer portrayed the November election as a test of

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Teen-Agers Are On the Wagon

With a euphoric clinking of glasses and a daring sip of Mai Tai cocktail. 18-year-olds entered the ranks of legal

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Victory for the Press?

O N JULY 12, 1971, twelve days after the United States Supreme Court had ruled by a 6-3 majority that

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The Silent Spring

A BANNER HEADLINE in The Crimson early in the Spring of 1970 set the tone for April and May that

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The Faculty's CRR

F ROM AN ACTIVIST'S perspective, the seemingly interminable debate over the Committee on Rights and Responsibilities has polarized the College

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A Parting Shot

O NCE, ABOUT A year and a half ago, The New York Times asked me whether there was any evidence

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Dunlop Heads For Nixon's Washington

Dean Dunlop's resignation yesterday to become head of President Nixon's Cost of Living Council should come as no surprise to

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Sixteen Members Of Faculty Council Condemn Bombing

Sixteen members of the Faculty Council yesterday joined the resurgent opposition to American involvement in Indochina by endorsing a strong

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