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1969 Boston Response

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300 Storm Pusey's House After Anti-ROTC Meeting
By WILLIAM R. GALEOTA, April 9, 1969

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An estimated 300 anti-ROTC demonstrators forced their way onto the grounds of President Pusey's Quincy Street house at midnight yesterday to…

Shortly after noon today, more than 100 demonstrators occupied University Hall. As of 6 p.m., the demonstrators numbering 200--down from 350 at 4 p.m.--were still holding the building.

The demonstrators ejected all Administration officials and…

Pusey at SFAC Brass Tacks By ROBERT M. KRIM, April 9, 1969 PRESIDENT PUSEY'S appearance before the Student-Faculty Advisory Council March 25 may prove to be one of the more significant meetings this year at Harvard. Its probable future importance…

End the War: Support the NLF NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED October 15, 1969 TODAY'S Vietnam Moratorium will be the largest and probably the most important single protest against the American intervention in Vietnam since the war began. Whether or not such…

Chavez Praises War Moratorium, Scores Defense Dept. on Grapes NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED October 15, 1969 Cesar Chavez, leader of California's striking grape-pickers, last night praised a capacity audience in Lowell Lecture Hall for students' early…

Moratorium ScheduleNO WRITER ATTRIBUTED October 15, 1969 6:30 a.m. Law and other graduate students meet for canvassing of commuters. Langdell Hall. 7:30 a.m. Paulist Father's Sunrise Service. Boston Common. 8:30 a.m. Meeting of Divinity School…

'A Ripple' In Vietnam By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS,October 16, 1969 SAIGON-The nation-wide anti-war demonstration in the United States caused a ripple but apparently no waves Wednesday among the half-million American troops whose presence in South Vietnam…

Boston: 100,000 Rally By DAVID N. HOLLANDER and CAROL R. STERNHELL, S October 16, 1969 More than 100,000 demonstrators demanding an immediate end to the war in Vietnam massed on the Boston Common yesterday in the largest anti-war demonstration in New…

Boston 'Globe' Urges Immediate Pullout NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED October 16, 1969 The Boston Globe urged immediate and complete United States withdrawal from Vietnam in a full-page editorial yesterday. Calling the war "a hopeless situation," the editorial…

Class Attendance Falls Drastically As Harvard Observes Moratorium By WILLIAM R. GALEOTA, October 16, 1969 Attendance at Harvard classes-those which met at all yesterday-dropped drastically, as students stayed away to observe the Moratorium. Dean…