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An article in yesterday's Crimson incorrectly identified the position Sen. Michael J. Barrett '70 (D-Cambridge) on the issue of the graduated income tax. On Thursday, March 24, Barrett came out in support of the graduated income tax.

A statement in last Friday's article about a student who was allegedly harassed by the Harvard police was misattributed. It was the student, Inati Ntshanga '95, and his attorney--not University Attorney Allan A. Ryan Jr.--who charged that there was a delay in Harvard's investigation into the incident. Ryan also did not say, as was reported, that he spent 22 days investigating the incident. In fact, Ryan refused to answer questions about the development of his investigation.

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