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As usual, a lot of famous people stopped in at Harvard this year. They ranged from Andrew Young, now U.S. ambassador to the U.N., through Eugene McCarthy, occasional presidential candidate, Bella Abzug, former New York congresswoman, and Willy Brandt, former prime minister of West Germany.

Some of the visitors were less political. Hunter S. Thompson, gonzo journalist, told the Law School Forum audience that women lawyers were "some kind of mutant," and Chevy Chase, former actor on Saturday Night Live, did not trip on his way into the auditorium where he spoke this spring.

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