Ruth Glushien

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Profile Ernest R. May

TWO YEARS AGO Ernest May faced a small revolt in his American diplomacy course. A radical critique by four students

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Nader Discusses Role of Students As Investigators

Student investigators can work in a "new arena" to curb the abuses of a corporation-dominated society, Ralph Nader said yesterday.

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Design School

The student-faculty assembly of the Graduate School of Design will refuse to send any representative to President Pusey's 68-man crisis

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Cambridge Residents Hear SDS Speakers

A community rally in support of the six SDS demands attracted 200 people--half of them students--to the Central Square Post

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Ivy Wall

T HE ISOLATION of Morningside Heights from the rest of New York begins on the IRT run uptown. All of

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Moving South

N O ONE EVER really believed that Radcliffe would stay north of the subway kiosk indefinitely. Certainly not Mrs. Agassiz,

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Phillips Books Agrees To Rehire Organizer

The Phillips Book Store in Harvard Square agreed yesterday to rehire a union organizer discharged on Feb. 10, ending a

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Book Clerks Plan to Picket Phillips Store

Employees of the Phillips Book Store in Harvard Square and the labor committee of H-R SDS will picket the store

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Tricks of the Trade

M ORE THAN half a decade before Rachel Carson published The Silent Spring, a Princeton undergraduate named Ralph Nader successfully

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Luise Vosgerchian

T HE FERVOR Luise Vosgerchian brings to her music once led a reviewer to issue a warning. "A bit of

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Richard N. Goodwin

R ICHARD GOODWIN has the first qualification of a reformer--he's an optimist. Not a Pangloss, huckster, or sentimentalist. But "in

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Dismantling NLRB

I F YOU think the class struggle is dead, read Barron's Business Weekly. "National Labor Relations Board Must Go," muses

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Rainy Day Impression

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Saudade, or Nostalgia

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Unlocking the Map