THE REVELATION that the Defense Department will no longer allow military personnel to attend Harvard graduate programs is not particularly alarming. Lawrence E. Fouraker, dean of the Business School, said that by training the military personnel Harvard was "making a contribution to the broad strategic thinking of officers concerned with the national defense." Considering the direction that this thinking has been taking of late, and considering the right-wing regimes that the military has been propping up in Vietnam, Greece, Chile, Brazil, Korea and Spain, it is just as well that these officers no longer receive whatever benefit they got from a Harvard education.
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