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The Solomon choice

By standing up for the right to oppose the military's 'don't ask, don't tell' policy, some fear law schools could undermine two landmark civil rights laws

Harvard Law School is among those supporting the challenge to the Solomon Amendment.
Harvard Law School is among those supporting the challenge to the Solomon Amendment. (Globe Staff Photo / Chitose Suzuki) Globe Staff Photo / Chitose Suzuki
By Kristin Eliasberg
November 27, 2005

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IF THE FEDERAL government contributes hundreds of millions of dollars to colleges or universities, should it be allowed to dictate what goes on at those institutions? (Full article: 1621 words)

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