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A False START?

E UREKA Ronald Reagan found it Sunday. His opening proposal for strategic nuclear weapon talks with the Soviets, unveiled after

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Polish Government Tightens Control; Harvard Groups Plan Rally Tomorrow

A government official following events in Poland yesterday said it "does seem the strikes are spreading all over the country,"

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Local Man Named in N.Y. Shootings

Federal authorities yesterday identified a Cambridge man as one of four suspects seized in New York state this week in

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Rumors of Stones Concert Fly Despite Collapse of Negotiations

Despite the apparent collapse of negotiations to stage a Rolling Stones public concert in Boston, rumors of a last-minute Boston-area

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It's Ronnie!... Er, Tom

A little president to president communication: "Dear Mr. President:" wrote President Bok to President Reagan in a letter dated April

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CSIA Expert Meets Soviets, Will Give U.S. Unofficial Report

A Kennedy School specialist in military policy, reportedly under consideration for recently returned from what he described as an "illuminating

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No, No, No, No, No, No, No, Yes!

This week, Stanislaw Baranczak finally got the news he--and Harvard--had been waiting for. The Polish government, after denying seven previous

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Baranczak Granted Passport, To Assume Post at Harvard

After more than three years of waiting, Polish dissident scholar Stanislaw Baranczak yesterday received his government's permission to travel to

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14 Plympton St.

O great, incomparable, and never-to-be-surpassed Crimson! What have you done? What have you not done? What will you do? You

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Heymann, After Abscam, Likely to Return to Harvard

Philip B. Heymann, a former professor of Law who left Harvard in 1978 to become assistant attorney general and played

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Mr. Pipes Goes to Washington

The heaving, churning mass of memoranda and resume-pushing known as the Reagan transition effort spit out two decisions this week

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Feldstein Rules Out Post With Reagan

Martin S. Feldstein '61, professor of Economics, has informed President-elect Ronald Reagan's transition team that he will not take a

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Pipes Proposes New State Dept. Post

Richard E. Pipes, Baird Professor of History, and several other members of President-elect Reagan's State Department transition team have recommended

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Reagan Team Picks More Harvard Brains

As President-elect Ronald Reagan finally began to fill his administration with Harvard graduates in five of his eight announced Cabinet-level

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K-School Scholar Aiding Reagan Team To Investigate White House Transition

A Kennedy School lecturer is serving as executive director of an unannounced top-level transition committee which will recommend plans for

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