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Antisemitism enmeshed in a war of words — and lives

The campaign to discredit the IHRA working definition arises in part from those who do not want us to consider, much less discuss, the possibility that sometimes anti-Israel advocacy may be fueled by antisemitism.

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An uproar anew at Harvard with posting of antisemitic cartoon

The use by pro-Palestinian groups at Harvard of an antisemitic cartoon from a 1967 Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee newsletter is a sad reminder of SNCC’s implosion.

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Protest outside Healey’s home shows need for governor’s residence

Once again a neighborhood had to tolerate the antics of protesters simply because our governor lives nearby. It is well past time for our state to build a proper governor’s residence, one that is secure and separate from residential areas.

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What’s the matter with Milton?

Will we put ourselves on the path to a bright future where everyone can thrive? Or will we put our heads in the sand as escalating home prices and rents push people and businesses out of state?

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Steward’s collapse: Told you so, saw it coming, feared the worst

Readers weigh in on Steward Health Care's financial crisis, including one who fought the company's formation. He cites his 2010 letter to the SJC: "Health care is a noble endeavor, and the value of human life — not dollars — should be the central focus."

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Feb. 15: Another day, another T breakdown

When this happens over and over again, productivity continues to suffer. This is the cost of decades of failing to invest in a functional mass transportation system.

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When a T-shirt morphs from free speech to personal attack

A shirt that inscribes support for gender fluidity is not equivalent to one that says, "There are only two genders," a statement that dehumanizes those who don’t align with a single sex.

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Real pomp and circumstance: Mega-donors seek sway over universities

Until the mega-donors who want to run Harvard come out against donor and legacy preferences in admissions, their calls to dismantle diversity initiatives will be seen for what they are: self-serving hypocrisy.