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Government

Website Asks Americans To Love Taxes

While many political pundits continue to emphasize the public’s frustration with taxation, Vanessa S. Williamson—a graduate student in government and social policy—started a website last August to take the conversation in a new direction.

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Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer speaks about the Supreme Court's role in a number of cases from Marbury v. Madison to the Korematsu Trials last night. Breyer also discussed his new book, American Liberty.

City Politics

DiDomenico, Bush Debate Mass. Issues

With nearly two weeks remaining until the election for the State Senate seat, Democratic candidate Sal N. DiDomenico and Republican candidate Barbara T. Bush continue to spar over the issues facing Massachusetts.

Government

Professors Predict Tight Race

Four top academics offered contrasting predictions on the outcome of the upcoming midterm elections at a pre-election panel.

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Politics

Galbraith on Afghanistan

Government

Census Reaches Out to Undergraduate Students

College students are among the populations that are most difficult to reach for the census.

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The exhibit “Invisible Cities” opened in CGIS Southand will run until April 20. The exhibition is sponsored by the Office of the Arts, Harvard Undergraduate Council, the VES department, and HAMUC.

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Government

Officials and Professors Discuss Preservation of Amazon

Government officials hailing from Acre, Brazil joined two Harvard professors in a discussion last night about practices for developing local communities while preserving the Amazon Rainforest.

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Jeremy C. Stein (left), Kenneth Rogoff (middle), John Y. Campbell (right), and Niall Ferguson (not pictured) speak on the events leading up to the global financial situation today and the impact on future economic policies.

Leadership in the Business World: A Discussion with John Clarkeson
On Campus

Today in Photos (2/5/10)

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An observer looks on the paintings of artist Bettina Burch displayed in the basement of CGIS South. Bettina's exhibition, Let's Hang Out: Portraits of CGIS, opened yesterday and includes 30 portraits of CGIS staff members, including Burch's self-portrait, pictured above next to a painting of renowned government professor Harvey Mansfield.

Gen Ed

Shopping Week, Day Five: Harvard Meets Hollywood

A wise man we made up once said that the best class is the class you don't have to go to. Who knew Harvard would take his advice and let professors videotape courses and post them online? Not that we're complaining.

Gen Ed

Shopping Week, Day Two: TV Time!

We're back with our second installment of our shopping week feature, this time with classes good enough to watch—and not just through lecture videos.

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