Paul DUKE Jr.

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Laughter on the Left

Trillin is like Paul Revere's ride--a little light in the belfry. T HAT LIFE IS patently absurd is an accepted

Benedictus Erroneous

T ODAY in Washington the Rev. Peter J. Gomes, the minister of Memorial Church, will deliver the deliver. The Crimson

Jackson Blasts S. Africa Investment

The Rev. Jesse L. Jackson, preaching from the pulpit at a Memorial Church service marking the birthday of the Rev.

Law Review to Divest Holdings Tied to S. Africa

The Harvard Law Review has decided to divest of approximately $113,000 in investments in American companies that do business in

It Couldn't Happen Here

O NE PASSAGE in this book is so extraordinary it is worth quoting outright: Downstairs, on the slime coated floor

John Kerry: JFK II?

I n Washington. D.C., it is known in the "power-suit"- a navy blue suit worn with a starched white shirt

New Hampshire Senate Race

C AN A POPUIAR five term Congressman defeat a moral majorjtarian airline pilot? Dose it matter if the former airline

Grave New World

W HAT WERE 1044 Brown University students trying to say last Friday when they voted that their university should stock

Republican Stars Shine on Ray Shamie

Two stars from the national republican galaxy came to Boston last night hoping to brighten the cause of Republican Senate

Beyond the Cliches

What is so enervating is that the dander comes in large measure from inside your own mind, Enveloped in official

By Any Other Name

D OES THIS SOUND familiar? The Northeast, Massachusetts, Eastern Massachusetts. Yes, the Boston area. No, over towards MIT. You know

Speaking freely in academe?

W hen students heckled Secretary of Defense Caspar W. Weinberger '38 at his Sanders Theatre appearance last fall, it touched

No Tragic Hero

L ATELY THE NEWSPAPERS have been full of reports of major-league screw-ups I'm not talking about baseball. I'm talking about

Senate Hopefuls Debate at Pine Manor

CHESTNUT HILL--The seven candidates for the Democratic U.S. Senate nomination found little to disagree about yesterday a two-hour debate marked

Jackson Courts New York Minority Vote

NEW YORK Halfway between Third and Lexington Avenues on 101st Street, just on the border between the posh Upper East