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The Law Defoliating the Constitution

WHILE Washington police scourged thousands of antiwar demonstrators, Rennie Davis grumbled to the press that Mr. Nixon had "suspended the

Massachusetts Sparring with Poverty

"The State and the Poor," edited by Samuel H. Beer and Richard E. Barringer. Winthrop Publishers, 329 pp. EVEN IN

Movies Love Story at the Cleveland Circle, possibly forever

DON'T be mean to Love Story, Maybe it's true what they argue around Nini's, maybe there is a Harvard just

The Square As You Like It

Open 8 to 12 daily, or at least until the new shingle arrives. AS WAS freely predicted from the start,

The Politics of Money

I "HARVARD AND MONEY," a thin green booklet released yesterday by the Committee on Governance, touches all the bases but

Moynihan Rejects U. N. Post; To Return After All

Daniel Patrick Moynihan, the President's counsel on urban affairs, has refused the post of U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations

Foreign Policy The Vatican Vision

IN A PERFUNCTORY bid for the Catholic vote, Richard Nixon stopped off at the Vatican on his European tour and

The Galbraith Dimension

WHO NEEDS THE DEMOCRATS?,Galbraith, Doubleday and Company. 86 pages. IN THE leadership vacuum of the Democratic Party, it is not

Books Walzer's Obligations

IN THE sacerdotal days of moral philosophy, political ethics was a self-confident teleology of actor and attitude. Now it is

Harvard Meetings and Movements

FOR WITLESS pedantry it is difficult to match the Faculty's empty condemnation of the war last Tuesday. Their vote ignored

Profile Richard Crossman

"THAT'S THE fate of the iconoclast-you can be used to defend precisely the evils you are attacking, mused the R?.

Labour Party Is the Topic For Final Godkin Lecture

The mass party, "the battering ram on the left," forces brute change on the managers of parliamentary government-so concluded the

Harvard Tops All Other Colleges As Six Win Rhodes Scholarships

Six Harvard seniors have received Rhodes Scholarships for 1969-70. This gives the Class of 1970 the highest number of Rhodes

The City Moynihanism

URBANOLOGISTS are an optimistic breed. The most recent endeavor of Daniel P. Moynihan. Presidential Advisor on Urban Alfairs, is to

Nixon Speech Has Few Surprises

Appealing to the great silent majority of Americans," President Nixonlast night reaffirmed the U.S. commitment to the people of South