Ten Years Out

Allman, T. D.
December 1976
New Republic;12/25/76, Vol. 175 Issue 26, p7
Presents information on students of the class of Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, 10 years ago. Discussion of Stephen James Butler, now an estate planner and Robert Allan Spinner, an advertising executive; Problem of unrequited expectations for the Harvard class; Difficulties faced by various students of the class during the last ten years; Reference to the social statistics of the class; Impact of the Indochina war on the class.


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