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Former U.S. Senator Norman B. “Norm” Coleman, a Republican from Minnesota, delivers a public address at the JFK Jr. Forum at the Institute of Politics yesterday afternoon.

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Former Massachusetts governor Michael Dukakis stresses the importance of maintaining good press relations during a forum held at the Kennedy School.

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Dukakis Talks on Media Strategy

Former Democratic presidential candidate Michael S. Dukakis advised aspiring politicians about media strategy at a Kennedy School event yesterday.

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Pelosi Explains Building Consensus on House Health Care Bill

Days after she oversaw passage of an historic health care bill, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi described the difficulties of building consensus for the legislation at the Institute of Politics last Friday.

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Mexican Bus System Honored

The Mexico City Metrobús, a Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system, was awarded the John F. Kennedy School of Government 2009 Roy Family Award for Environmental Partnership yesterday.

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Spitzer Discusses Economic Crisis

Former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer criticized the federal response to the economic crisis in a lecture yesterday sponsored by Harvard’s Safra Center for Ethics, an appearance some media outlets called ironic due to Spitzer’s resignation in the midst of a prostitution scandal.

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Panel Remembers Senator

Dozens of students and former civil servants gathered on Tuesday night to listen to former senior advisors to the late Edward M. Kennedy ’54-’56 discuss their experiences with the senator’s contributions to education.

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Asian-American Elected to Council

Tuesday’s Cambridge municipal elections were a landmark for the city, marked by the election of the first Asian-American City Councillor and the first write-in candidate, according to new results released by the Cambridge Election Commission yesterday.

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City Council Race Nears Conclusion

The Cambridge Election Commission announced nine unofficial City Council winners near midnight Tuesday, but the then-uncounted 22 percent of the votes may overturn those preliminary results.

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Columnist Bemoans Punditry

Syndicated political columnist Kathleen Parker does not consider herself a pundit, she told attendees yesterday at a brown-bag lunch discussion ...

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Kennedy School Center for Public Leadership Helps Compile List of America’s Best Leaders

In collaboration with the U.S. News Media Group, last Friday Harvard Kennedy School’s Center for Public Leadership compiled and released ...

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Patrick Promotes Public Service Careers

Speaking at the Harvard Kennedy School as part of the University’s Public Service Week, Massachusetts Governor Deval L. Patrick ’78 said yesterday that it is precisely the personal commitment to public service that has mattered most in his administration.

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Indonesian President Visits Kennedy School

Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono called for the use of “soft power” to resolve conflict among eastern, western, and Islamic ...

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Harvard Kennedy School professor Graham T. Allison listens to U.S. Department of Energy Official Carol Dumaine speak as part of the Center for the Environment’s ongoing Green Conversations series.

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