Asking people to come in from other parts of the university is an escalation comparable to a situation in which the union might intimidate people in the process of their crossing picket lines.
Perhaps not since the Puritan era has Harvard assumed such a posture of authority over the beliefs and associations of its students.
Such a drastic cut can’t be justified at a time of forecasted growth and successful fundraising.
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