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HARVARD'S ALLSTON PROBLEM (ALLSTON'S HARVARD PROBLEM)

City must put brakes on institutional expansion

March 2, 2009

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THANK YOU for your detailed coverage of Harvard University's decision to slow down and maybe stop construction in Allston-Brighton ( "Dread is rising in Harvard's hole," Metro, Feb. 23; "Allston residents blast Harvard officials," Metro, Feb. 24). Nobody can blame Harvard for the current economic crisis, but we must all learn from this sad episode. Institutional expansion, a phenomenon so ... (Full article: 196 words)

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