David R. Ignatius

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Mao on the Potomac

A YEAR AGO this month, Richard Nixon travelled to the People's Republic of China. All the nice things people have

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Recounting McGovern's Defeat While the Body Is Still Warm

I N OCTOBER, THE MONTH when campaigns are supposed to move into high gear, George McGovern's national political coordinator, Frank

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How to Re-Elect an Armadillo

S HORTLY AFTER ARRIVING in New York to cover President Nixon's Veterans Day motorcade through Westchester County, I went to

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An Innocent Abroad

A MERICAN "FACT FINDING" missions to regimes trying to crush guerrilla movements have been numerous over the last decade. Thus,

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About this Issue

This must seem a peculiar moment to publish a supplement about George Orwell. As we write, the Pan African Liberation

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Strike Against Imperialism

LAST THURSDAY night's strike vote, which comes due again tonight, has constituted a somewhat vague mandate for action, and one

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Free Life on the Streets

S TREET PEOPLE have too often been straw people: embodiments of the various fantasies of the value-judgers of the adult

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Gulf in Angola

There is in this turbulent land a storehouse of pain and trouble confused mother of fear, Hell in Life. Land

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Farber Releases Report On Gulf Oil Investments

The Administration, though it is playing a waiting game on the Gulf--Angola question, is tilting towards support for the proxy

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About This Issue

This Supplement is the first fruit of an attempt to revive an old form of Crimson journalism: the quirky, eccentric,

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Between Moratorium and People's War

( This analysis of the May Day actions in Washington, D. C. originally appeared in the CRIMSON of May 14,

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MAYDAY Between Moratorium and People's War

On May 4, 1886 at Haymarket in Chicago, police broke up a peaceful rally by the Knights of Labor to

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Protests Erupt Over Invasion of Laos

Students across the country reacted to the Allied invasion of Laos yesterday, demanding the immediate end of the expanding Southeast

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Send Your Cards and Letters In: Harvard Seeks a New President

President Pusey has roughly 325 days left as the 24th President of Harvard University. The Harvard Corporation hopes to have

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Sorting Out City Life

DURING the week I allow my restlessness as an inescapable condition of city life. It seems peculiar only when I

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Visual Arts

Art House

Youth Homelessness in the Square
Harvard Square

For Homeless Youth, Age Can Compound Challenges of Life on the Streets

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
Boston Marathon

VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

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Arts

Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance