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The Philadelphia Inquirer

Approval to target terrorists, U.S. citizens

By Michael W. Lewis — March 02, 2014

The president has the constitutional authority to target American citizens overseas. This authority is derived from his war-making power as commander-in-chief of the armed forces. But this does not mean… more

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The Philadelphia Inquirer

Violating the ideals he pledged to uphold

By Hina Shamsi — March 02, 2014

The White House is once again weighing whether to kill an American citizen overseas as part of its "targeted killing" program. This extrajudicial killing program should make every American queasy.… more

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The Washington Post

Intelligence Squared debate: Affirmative action on campus does more harm than good

By Nicholas Quinn Rosenkranz — February 28, 2014

Intelligence Squared presented a very lively debate last night at Harvard Law School — “Resolved: Affirmative Action On Campus Does More Harm Than Good.” Arguing for the motion were Gail… more

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The Harvard Crimson

Law School Hosts Debate on the Merits of Affirmative Action

By Tyler S. Olkowski and Rachel H. Star — February 28, 2014

A panel featuring Harvard Law School professor Randall L. Kennedy and others debated the pros and cons of affirmative action Thursday evening at the Law School’s Ames Court Room. Arguing… more

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The Washington Post

FDA considers controversial fertility procedure. What’s at stake?

By Nita Farahany — February 25, 2014

On Tuesday Feb. 25 and Wednesday Feb. 26, the FDA will consider a controversial cutting-edge fertility procedure otherwise known as “oocyte modification in assisted reproduction for the prevention of transmission… more

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