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Part Two: Harvard Students Speak Out

Part Two:

HARVARD STUDENTS SPEAK OUT 

NELSON MANDELA COMES TO HARVARD

Articles and Photos from

A HISTORIC VISIT

A SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT OF THE HARVARD CRIMSON

Published by Harvard College Students

September 18, 1998

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