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Vol. 111, No. 15

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Authorís Query

By Daniel Buck

Published in the October†21, 2015 issue

In 1910, while serving at the U.S. Legation in La Paz, Bolivia, Alexander Benson 1894 was involved in an attempt to identify two American bandits who had been killed in southern Bolivia two years earlier after robbing a mine payroll. Although Benson did not know it at the...

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March 13, 2008 letters

Published in the March†19, 2008 issue

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More Goheen tales

In response to: Robert Francis Goheen '40 *48 Memories of a leader who mastered the art of listening

By Bernard S. Adams ’50

Published in the July†16, 2008 issue

In the fall of 1952, I joined the Princeton admission staff under Bill Edwards ’36. Joe Bolster ’52 and I were the only staffers. A few years later, Bob Goheen invited me to spend a couple of hours daily helping him with the Woodrow Wilson Fellowship Program — from 4 until 6...

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Cultural insensitivity

In response to: Theorists vs. hands-on activists

By Ronald H. Fischer *67 p’92

Published in the July†16, 2008 issue

In a June 11 letter to PAW, criticizing an article about Randall Kennedy ’77, the Rev. George A. Bates ’76 cites other individuals who in his mind better exemplify “courage and compassion” and stand up for “truth.” If Rev. Bates is interested in truth, two of the people he...

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Going back: Reunions forum

By Christine E. Brady '79

Published in the July†16, 2008 issue

I’m writing in response to a 2008 Reunions forum, “Immigration: To Legalize or Criminalize?” The question restated: “There are 12 million people living and working illegally in the United States. What do we do with them?”† † Our ability to work out a practical solution with...

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