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Janine R. Wedel

Harvard's role in US aid to Russia

By Janine R. Wedel
March 25, 2006

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WHEN LAWRENCE Summers resigned the Harvard University presidency last month, his action was attributed in large part to difficulty in human relations. Whatever the true reason, when Summers's legacy is examined, he should be held to account for his role in a scandal with which he was intimately involved, both as a Treasury official and at Harvard. Yet the strange ... (Full article: 710 words)

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