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Senators Don't Write Home As They Once Did

Senate Minority Leader Hugh Scott (R-Pa.) lambasted the Washington-based citizens lobby Common Cause late last month for its attempt to

The Council Wants More From Harvard

Frustrated Cambridge residents this week renewed a perennial town-gown conflict over the tax-exempt status of Harvard and MIT by demanding

Dissension in the Ranks

Any reports that the Democratic party suceeded in unifying all of its diverse elements at Kansas City should be suspect.

Divided Democrats May Fight At National Party Convention

Major disputes over party rules and procedures may erupt this weekend when more than 1600 rank-and-file Democrats and some 300

Zapping Zappa

F RANK ZAPPA, in his tenth year as guitarist and leader of the demonic Mothers of Invention, continues to wrestle

Ellsberg Says Anti-War Moratoriums Delayed Mining of Haiphong for Two and a Half Years

Daniel Ellsberg '52 told the Nieman Fellows Monday that anti-war protests in 1969, especially the September and October anti-war moratoriums

Buckley, Sullivan Vie in Close Race For County Sheriff

Incumbent Republican John J. Buckley and Cambridge Mayor Walter J. Sullivan were locked in a close battle for the post

Ellsberg Says CIA Chief Anticipated Chilean Coup

Daniel Ellsberg '52 told an off-the-record Nieman fellows meeting Monday that William E. Colby, director of the Central Intelligence Agency,

Expansion: The Growing Pains Harvard Might Suffer

Vociferous Cambridge City Councilor Alfred E. Vellucci recently called Harvard administrators "conspirators behind ivy walls," causing his audience at a

Let The Workers Choose

I T DOESN'T TAKE a mountain of statistics to decide whether or not to support the UFW boycott against grapes,

The Strange Death of Larry Largey

Recent complaints of police brutality in Cambridge have resurrected grim memories of the still unexplained death of 17-year old East

Rent Control Question Goes to Voters

Cambridge City Councilor Saundra Graham has placed on the November ballot a proposal that would allow residents of Middlesex County

Harvard to Cut Parking Stalls For Employees by 25 Per Cent

Harvard has announced plans to eliminate 25 per cent of its employee parking spaces before next April to meet provisions

Tenants Come Closer to Housing Reforms

The unexpected resignation of Cambridge Housing Authority Chairman Mary Castriotta last month capped an event-filled summer that opened up the

A Possible End to Rent Control

Cambridge tenant groups suffered a major setback Wednesday when the Local Affairs Committee of the State House postponed until next

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