Ronald J. Greene

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The Politics of Investment

Local civil rights advocates have betrayed acute myopia in suggesting that Harvard withdraw its investments from "segregationist" Southern firms. Such

LBJ Order May Cost Students Jobs

President Johnson's order freezing federal employment may severely curtail the government summer employment program, according to a Washington spokesman for

H.S.A. Retracts Criticism of Food

The Harvard Student Agencies took steps yesterday to correct a "grievous error" which saw one of its units charge the

Justice Goldberg Calls For World Rights Court

Supreme Count Justice Arthur J. Goldberg called last night for the United States to cease being a "delinquent in international

Prof. Scores Wallace Over Legal Views

Arthur E. Sutherland, Bussey Professor of Law, took strong issue yesterday with Gov. George C. Wallace's charge that the 1954

Langan Plans 'Presentation Session' To Introduce College Birch Chapter

After a false start last fall, the John Birch Society is trying again to form a Harvard chapter. Phillip Langan,

Group Studies Future of Law School

A new blueprint for the future of the Law School may result from a committee study soon to be circulated

Hoffmann Predict Long Deadlock Over De Gaulle's 'Grand Design'

The United States would be foolish to get involved in any "silly game of reprisals" resulting from France's veto of

Linen Agency Revises Final Delivery Dates, Adds Week's Service

The Harvard Student Agencies has reversed its decision to cut off linen services at the end of this week. According

HSA Stops House Linen Deliveries 12-14 Days Before End of Term

Harvard Student Agencies announced yesterday that it would make its last linen deliveries to the Houses this week, two weeks

Gov. Department Votes Against Brown Plan

The Government Department has decided against following the Brown Plan for reducing the heavy student work load in the spring

Two Doctors Debate Medical Care For Aged at Law Forum Session

Two doctors invaded the Law School to debate the issue of medical care to the aged last night, and drew

Davis Calls McCarran, Smith Acts American 'Blueprints for Fascism'

The national secretary of the American Communist Party last night condemned this country's internal security legislation as a "blue print

Gov. Dept. Plans Junior Seminars

Beginning this fall, the Government Department will allow juniors to substitute work in a five or six member seminar for

Dining Room Committee Defends University Food

chairman of the Committee for Kitchens and Dining Rooms maintaining that, contrary to charges of the Lowell House Committee, food