Rand K. Rosenblatt

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The Revolution at the LSE

Last Friday, 3000 students marched through the City of London and the West End, demonstrating national support for the "rebels

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Vietnam in Turmoil

Vietnam in Turmoil, shown Wednesday at the Harvard Square Theatre, represents a new breed of films: the travelogue-war movie. Here

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Carl Oglesby

Carl Oglesby, the president of Students for a Democratic Society, came to Harvard last week to talk about American foreign

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Owner of Brattle Theatre Applauds Sophistication of Harvard Audiences

"Harvard Square audiences are the most sophisticated in the United States," said Cyrus Harvey, owner of the Brattle and Harvard

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Bay of the Angels

Bay of the Angels is a French film about two people who play roulette, all the time. Like its American

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Robert Coles

How do you get to know a man? You can ask him questions face-to-face in an interview, or listen to

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On War and Violence, Real and Abstract

Thinking about nuclear war is like looking straight into the sun: it is beyond worldly experience, and it hurts your

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New Focus in Vietnam Debate

We used to think about Vietnam as a problem. For officials in Washington, the problem was how to beat the

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Happy Days

In the first act of Samuel Beckett's Happy Days Winnie, the heroine, finds herself telling a little story. It's about

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Vladimir Dedijer

Vladimir Dedijer has the style of a man who, though 51 and well-known, has never felt either old or "famous."

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Alexander Gerschenkron

My first impression of Alexander Gerschenkron came not from the man, but from his office. In contrast to the long,

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Transatlanticism

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I Am Not at a Cafe

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Away in Argentina

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Land of Fog