Richard A. Primus

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From the Horse's Mouth

D O YOU HAVE vested interests? You better hope not. Because if you do, you'll soon be paying more taxes.

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Imagine That

I MAGINE THAT YOU are sitting in a classroom in Sever Hall on the morning of a big exam. You

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Zionism Isn't Racism

A FEW MINUTES BEFORE mid-night on Sunday, I walked into the Lowell House courtyard. A group of eight or 10

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No Plans for Peace

F IRST, THE GOOD NEWS: After 70 years of rejectionism, obstinance, deadlock, and war between Arabs and Jews in the

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The Old Switcheroo

C LARENCE THOMAS is eminently qualified to hold one of the most important positions in the federal government. He should

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Whose Religion Is It, Anyway?

"A ND BEHOLD, it was in the last year of the reign of King Derek when the people of Israel

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Solving the Lawyer Glut

S OMEONE YOU LOVE is going to be a lawyer. Many readers will now recoil in horror, but truth is

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This Isn't a Stickup

O LD JOKE: The three biggest lies in the world are "The check is in the mail," "I have a

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Are You Tired? I'm Tired.

"H ARVARD STUDENTS are just like everyone else," said the man who pretended to check my backpack as I left

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Brattle Reopens After Hiatus

After an eight-month absence from the Harvard Square scene, the landmark Brattle Theatre reopened for business Friday night, drawing a

Divest Harvard Assembles
Scrutiny

Arrested Divestment

Echelman string sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art

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ISIL is Not the End of the World

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The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty