Wendy L. Wall

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of Pulling Out

The Sullivan of long-term risks to their investment it change does not come, they also believe that painful short-term costs

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The Implications of Pulling Out

For the past 20 years--and particularly since the Soweto riots of 1976--the actions of activists challenging U.S. corporate involvement in

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The Implications of Pulling Out

F or the past 20 years--and particularly since the Soweto riots of 1976--the actions of activists challenging U.S. corporate involvement

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Flying High

O N October 17th, 1896, when the first production of The Seagull opened in the State Theater of St. Petersburg,

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In Search of History

In January 1962, when Barbara Tuchman's The Guns of August was released. The New Yorker noted that it was one

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ROTC at Harvard: Three Views

I N 1969, fearing violence from student protestors during a period of unprecedented unrest over the Vietnam War, the Faculty

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The Long Road

In 1979, Samuel Pisar's Of Blood and Hope soared to the top of bestseller lists throughout Europe. The book war

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Trial by Fire

There were six of us sitting in the darkened living room, watching in despair as the flames flickered and flared

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Where Race Meets Politics

Two images mark the rise and fall of Yvonne Braithwaite Burke's political career. The first published in Time magazine in

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Letter on Homosexuals Angers GSA Members

Members of the Gay Students Association (GSA) yesterday responded angrily to a letter written by the director of the Center

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An Infirm Foundation

I N ONE UNIVERSITY HALL office this fall the phone never stopped ringing. Sometimes the secretary from the neighboring Parent's

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Fencers Take Fifth Place In NCAA Championships

When the Harvard men's fencing team set off for the NCAA Championships in South Rend. Indiana earlier this week, they

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Men, Women Fencers Routed By UPenn, Columbia Squads

Both the men's and women's fencing teams suffered a complete rout this weekend. The swordsmen fell by unusually large scores

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Swordsmen Foil Cornell, 17-10; Women Fencers Succumb, 10-6

The undefeated men's fencing team traveled to snow-covered Ithaca Friday to beat the Cornell swordsmen, 17-10, on their own strips.

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It's Only Common Sense

Three weeks ago a Medical School committee charged with devising guidelines for doctors writing letters of reference called for a

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Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance