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The Massachusetts Liberation Front (MLF) will not be evicted from its office in a Harvard-owned apartment house.
Shepard Brown'46, executive vice-president of Hunneman and Company and manager of the building, said yesterday that he has decided to retract the eviction notice, which would have taken effect next Friday.
Brown had decided to evict the group-a coalition of high school radicals-three weeks ago, when he found what he called "resistance literature" being distributed from the storefront office. He said yesterday that they have assured him they will use the office primarily as a graphic arts worship.
The MLF publishes Right-On, a monthly newspaper, but does not print it at the building, which is located at 799 Huntington Ave.
Right-On, according to co-publisher Hugh Shepard, is similar in politics to the Old Mole and deals with both school and national issues.
The MLF has occupied its present office since late August.
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