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Copies of Central Intelligence Agency memoranda, which The Crimson received last year after requesting agency files under the Freedom of Information Act, show that the CIA maintained Crimson clippings in their files. Included in the files was an article exposing the CIA's headquarters at 545 Tech Square, and another article telling how two Harvard students helped Ramparts magazine reveal the CIA's subsidization of the National Student Association.

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