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Writer

Ari E. Benkler

Latest Content

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The Spring of Our Discontent

What kind of community do we want to be? To give an answer, we first have to agree on how to get to one.

Textbooks at The Coop
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Rethinking Tuition and Textbooks

Harvard has a chance to affirm the dignity of all its students and make them feel as though all classes are accessible for students of all economic backgrounds by restructuring the relationship between tuition and textbooks.

Finance and Consulting at Harvard
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Beating the Salary Gap

Money should be a reward for doing what’s good for society and what we’re passionate about, not the biggest thing standing in our way.

Kavanaugh Hearing at HLS
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It’s a Job Interview, Not a Trial

Both respect for the severity of issues of sexual assault and considerations of educational and political merit demand that Kavanaugh not be invited to return to the Law School.

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Talking About Religion

If we are teaching leadership, should we not teach empathy just as much as economics, or conversation and listening just as much as test-taking?

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Keep Talking

If we are to un-paralyze our system and restore a sense of openness to our society as a whole, we must take the traditions of dialogue learned at Harvard and bring them into the world with us.

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