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Burns Analyzes the Modern Presidency: The Toughest Job Has Never Been Better

According to popular Washington legend, James MacGregor Burns has seldom found it necessary to visit the capital in order to

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Keep the Two-Year Term

(The following represents the opinion of a minority of the CRIMSON.) President Johnson is correct when he says there is

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Maass, Cooper Find Fault With LBJ's 'Constitution'

Two members of the Government Department have criticized President Johnson for "a civics book interpretation of the Constitution" in a

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The Loved One

If the old lady in front of you doesn't get up and leave in the middle or turn to her

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Student Is Punished For LSD Disturbance

The Administrative Board has disciplined, but not suspended, a Harvard undergraduate who created a public disturbance last month as a

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Board Testimony May Hurt Students--Monro

The debate over student testimony before the Administrative Board may end up in the Faculty, and if students are allowed

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Richard M. Nixon

The first time I saw Richard Nixon in person was five years ago, when I stood in the Public Square

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Nixon Fearful of Vietnam Negotiations

"The danger in South Vietnam is in negotiating the wrong kind of settlement in the wrong place at the wrong

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Bullitt to Resign As Quincy Master

John M. Bullitt '43, professor of English, has resigned as Master of Quincy House, effective next July, reliable sources said

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UHS: An All - But - Clean Bill of Health

In 1963-64, there were 163,206 visits to the Harvard University Health Services--about 63,000 more than in 1958-59. With 138 medical

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UHS: More Psychiatry, More Trouble

In 1963-64, there were 163,206 visits to the Harvard University Health Services--about 63,000 more than in 1958-59. With 138 medical

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House Assignment Plan Changed; Master, Student Choice Curtailed

The Corporation has approved a new House assignment system which eliminates formal choice by both Masters and freshmen, Dean Ford

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New Nat Sci Lower-Level Seminar Set

A small seminar, restricted to eight people, will be given as an "experimental" lower-level Gen Ed course next year by

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Houses Pick Freshmen; 61% Get First Choice

Leverett House, the annual freshman favorite which dropped to sixth place in first choice applications last year, has returned to

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College Ousts Freshman For Pushing Marijuana

One freshman was suspended last week and another placed on probation for their distribution of marijuana among a number of

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