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Wilson vs. Heath

Presidential politics today rule supreme in Britain. As local politicians scurry about in the three weeks of official campaigning which

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The University in the McCarthy Era

To most present undergraduates the McCarthy era meant long afternoons at home after school spent in rapt if uncomprehending attention

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The University in the McCarthy Era

To most members of the class of 1965, the McCarthy era meant long afternoons at home after school spent in

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A relaxed and confident McGeorge Bundy, special assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, yesterday confronted some of his

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The Yearbook, at long last, has been weaned. In past years, the people at 52 Dunster Street clung as compulsively

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Revising Thoughts on the Irreversible

To most people, Reconstruction is a tragedy in four sorrowful acts. Abraham Lincoln, gentle and compassionate, sought ways to ease

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No Hard Feelings

Tradition has it that each year the fellows at the Pud come together in inebriated and androgynous, bliss to put

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007, Again

Gadgetry not guile or guts makes Goldfinger palatable. If that sentence is gimmicky, it is only an appropriate way to

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The Fall Advocate

A change in format has brought no change in the Advocate's quality; underneath a handsome mustard cover boasting a Durer

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The Johnson Cabinet

As the campaign wheezed to a close, men in Washington began to speculate earlier than usual about the composition of

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End of the Road for the Chuckwagon?

Illinois, stereotyped by many as the buckle on the corn belt, in reality boasts an ethnic, economic, and political diversity

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Metamorphosis

Hubert Humphrey, the most modern of the four major candidates in his understanding of contemporary society, is the oldest in

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Faculty Politics and the Doty Committee: Consensus or Debate?

On a Tuesday late in October, a number of prominent men will gather in a high-ceilinged chamber, lit with chandeliers

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The Winter's Tale

From the dangers of courtly dalliance to the simplicities of the pastoral life, from consuming jealousy to pristine love, from

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Summer Players Offer Light, Witty Production of Love's Labour's Lost

Would-be summer wonks had better skip the Loeb production of "Love's Labour's Lost." Otherwise, like Ferdinand of Navarre, they might

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