Michael S. Feldberg

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Rush

The old Club 47 was the place to go in Cambridge seven or eight years ago. You'd walk down those

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The Other Side of This Life

G ERRY KELLEY'S COMPANY was getting up at 4.25 that Saturday morning. It was dark, raining and cold where they

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Results Are Uncertain in 12th District

It was a long night in the 12th Congressional District. At the Dreamwold in Scituate Harbor, several hundred supporters of

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South Boston's 9th Tries to Square 2 Traditional Democrats in 1 Race

T HE PEOPLE OF SOUTH BOSTON are going to have a problem when they go to the polls tomorrow. There

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McGovern Brings Campaign to Boston And Only Suburban Liberals Turn Out

Two years ago, a young liberal running for Congress in a district which included the very poor, heavily blue collar

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Two Liberals Battle in the Fourth District

As much as anyone in Congress. Father Robert F. Drinan has become a symbol of those rare successes of the

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The Conventional Wisdom Fails Again

F OR THE PAST several months, the conventional wisdom among reputedly knowledgeable political columnists has been that Senator George McGovern

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Muskie Brings Campaign to Massachusetts; Urges Staff to 'Act as Extension of Myself'

Senator Edmund S. Muskie (D-Maine) brought his travelling campaign show to Boston last night, and appealed to his Massachusetts delegates

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Wallace Wins Overwhelming Victory

ORLANDO, Fla.--"Stand up for America" is the slogan, and they came last night to stand up and sing and shout

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Muskie's Politics of Deceit

"BELIEVE MUSKIE," the campaign buttons proclaim. "Trust Muskie," read the bumper stickers. Indeed, in a campaign almost totally devoid of

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Muskie Sets Labor Support; McGovern Is a Close Second

MANCHESTER, N.H.--Senator Edmund S. Muskie (D-Maine) had everything to lose in the New Hampshire primary. Although he already won, he

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Punch Goes' the Judy

209 pages. $5.95. THERE HAVE been so many books about young people and the revolution, and so many of them

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D.C. Braces for March

WASHINGTON, D.C.-Nearly 10,000 police, National Guardsmen, and federal troops are massing today at strategic sites around Washington to prevent the

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Police Arrest 335 at Justice Department

WASHINGTON-In Algonquin Peace City people are afraid. Mayday leaders are afraid that internal disputes may destroy the sense of community

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D.C. Disruptions Continue Despite Arrests at HEW

WASHINGTON-Despite the arrest of over 200 persons yesterday at the Department of Health. Education and Welfare (HEW), antiwar demonstrators will

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