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Kenneth A. Gerber

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Dollars and Sense

L ANGUAGE IS LIKE money. It is an acceptable medium used to communicate and conduct business with others. A five

IBM Scientist is Named to K-School Post

The Kennedy School of Government has named IBM's former chief scientist and vice president to direct its Science, Technology, and

Celebrating the Crimson Handshake

When Michael S. Dukakis left his post as a lecturer at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government faculty to become governor

Solving the Poverty Problem

Sen. Daniel P. Moynihan (D-N.Y.) and a panel of experts agreed on September 4 that no new action on American

Celebrating the Crimson Handshake

As the rest of the University celebrates 350 years of Harvard and the "crimson handshake," Harvard's youngest graduate school, the

Solving the Poverty Problem

Sen. Daniel P. Moynihan (D-N.Y.) and a panel of experts agreed on September 4 that no new action on American

Celebrating the Crimson Handshake

When Michael S. Dukakis left his post as a lecturer at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government faculty to become governor

Solving the Poverty Problem

Sen. Daniel P. Moynihan (D-N.Y.) and a panel of experts agreed on September 4 that no new action on American

Celebrating the Crimson Handshake

As the rest of the University celebrates 350 years of Harvard and the "crimson handshake," Harvard's youngest graduate school, the

Needed: A New Political Consensus

Sen Daniel P. Moynihan (D-NY) and a panel of experts yesterday agreed that no new action on the problems of

`Star Wars' Termed Possible in 1990s

The Pentagon official heading the Reagan Administration's "Star Wars" program told a Kennedy School of Government audience last night that

Experts: Tourists Overreacting to Terrorist Threat

Americans who have rushed to cancel their European vacations because of fears about terrorism are overreacting, a panel of experts

McFarlane Backs Libya Action

Former National Security Advisor Robert C. McFarlane told a Kennedy School audience Monday night that military action is only one

Meese Attends K-School Session

One day after he was to have delivered a speech and accepted a medal from the Kennedy School, Attorney General

Meet a Few of the Fellows: An IOP Primer

Since the Kennedy School's Institute of Politics (IOP) was established in 1966 as a living memorial to John F. Kennedy

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