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Flipper Joins the Navy

J UST in case you wondered what the Pentagon could ever possibly do to top the $600 hammer, the New

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One Cold War, Two Losers

S UNDAY'S New York Times editorial, "The Cold War is Over," rightly suggests that "Soviet-American relations are entering a new

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A Liberal Objection to Abortion

R OE v. Wade is in danger. Nothing else could be more encouraging to abortion's opponents. At the same time,

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Questionable Tactics

BOTH the majority position and Defeat Homophobia's responses to the Mather dance incident of February 19 unwittingly damage the cause

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Rats in Your Dining Hall

W HETHER students and Harvard administrators want to admit it or not, nocturnal observations and dining experiences over the past

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Ivan the Terrible or Dreyfus?

U NLESS the Israeli Supreme Court heeds his appeal and overturns his death sentence, retired Cleveland autoworker and convicted Nazi

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Rethinking the `C'-Word

O NCE they find out that I am a conservative, Harvardite liberals sometimes ask me what being a conservative on

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Shrink to Grow in Wisdom

I N the glossy brochures Harvard sends to prospective students, the College brags about section quality. Even though Harvard is

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Dissent

T HE majority opinion fails to make clear that Question 5 is a non-binding referendum that asks our members of

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Duke's Night in the Sun

O NCE, Herodotus tell us, there was a rich ruler, Croesus, who had just about everything a man could want.

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The Best Defense for Dukakis is a Good Offense

T RAILING, or at best dead-even with George Bush in the polls, Mike Dukakis finds himself going into this Sunday

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