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New mood on campus and all that, but Henry A. Kissinger '50, former Harvard professor of Government, can still bring out the protesters. His October appearance on campus during his final days as Secretary of State prompted a 500-person demonstration, one of the largest on campus in recent years.

Nevertheless, the Harvard Government Department voted--with one abstention--in January to offer Kissinger a tenured position. He refused, however, apparently because the post would demand a full-time teaching load--and office hours.

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