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In Contempt of the Constitution

N early one month ago I argued on this page that every Harvard student--not to mention every parent who pays

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UHS's Silence on Abortion

E very full-time Harvard student funds elective abortions. That is, unless he or she takes the extraordinary step of writing

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In Defense of Liberal Education

W hat is liberal education? This question is not easy to answer. But it is worth the trouble of answering,

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The Shady Legacy of Affirmative Action

A s right-wingers and resentful whites step up the attack on affirmative action, it's easy to lose sight of the

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What Not To Say at Commencement

T he class of 1994 has already started graduating from Colleges and universities across the country, and commencement speakers are

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Balancing Ethnic Studies

With proponents of ethnic studies at Harvard still pressing their demands (they've planned a "teach-in" for this Wednesday), now is

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Guinier's New Look

A fter the thrashing she took on editorial pages last year as a multicultural extremist and a "quota queen," it

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The Odd Couple?

W hen Camille Paglia addressed a packed auditorium at the Kennedy School last Thursday night, she was introduced by Kenan

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The Arguments for Tolerance

A s the dust from the free speech wars settles, let's pause to ask ourselves a naive question: Exactly why

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The Virtues of Ambivalence

A fter Professor Harvey C. Mansfield called gay love "shameful" and inherently "imperfect and stunted and frustrated," the Bisexual, Gay

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With Friends Like These...

AN OLD GREEK named Ibycus said a long time ago that "an argument needs no reason, nor a friendship." For

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Noble Lies and the Search for Veritas

T omorrow, the Class of 1997 will become the first class in Harvard's history to be forced to attend mandatory,

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Making Affirmative Action Work

T he lead article in last week's issue of The Independent [April 29, 1993] confirmed what many people already suspected:

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The Diversions of 'Diversity'

T he most sterile, empty debate at Harvard is over the question of diversity. Not only is there no rational

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Multicultural Malaise

T he idea of an Ethnic Studies program or department at Harvard has had some trouble rousing all but a

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An Evil Woman

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Transatlanticism

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I Am Not at a Cafe

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Away in Argentina