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“Q - Did Joan Baez, the folk singer, ever pay the income tax which she had refused to pay the government?- J.C., Melrose.
A- The IRS came and took it, says Miss Baez, who, for the past three years has refused to pay an estimated 60 percent of her…

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…

An Analysis of Pusey’s ReportBy PARKER DONHAM, February 7, 1968 ON January 21, President Pusey emerged from his den in Massachusetts Hall to blast those "overeager young" student protesters "who feel they have a special calling to redeem society."…

Boston Resident Reports on Visit To Viet HospitalBy NICHOLAS GAGARIN, February 7, 1968 A Boston woman, recently returned from South Vietnam, yesterday reported on her stay in Saigon. "I visited one civilian hospital," she said, "and I was shattered…

Anti-War Demonstration to Protest Probe of UMass Faculty Radicals By ESTHER DYSON, February 10, 1968 The New England Resistance will hold demonstrations against the Selective Service at The Boston Army Base and the State House on Monday morning,…

Harvard Resistance Leaders Organize New Draft Co-ord inating Committee NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED February 10, 1968 A group of draft resistance leaders in the Harvard community has organized a draft co-ordinating committee called the Harvard Draft Project.…

How to Beat the Draft Legally (and illegally)
The Resistance is the most romantic part of the anti-draft movement
By JEFFREY C. ALEXANDER, February 12, 1968
IN THE late evenings of the second week of October, peaceful insurgents stalked Boston's…

Draft Union: Success and Failure Brass Tacks By NICHOLAS GAGARIN, April 19, 1968 WHEN, two months ago, 150 Harvard students held a long, fiery meeting to form the Harvard Draft Union, there were tangible signs that a broad based. campus anti-draft…
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