Environmentalists face the most opposition from the Club for Growth, which picks candidates based solely on "tax cuts and growth." Founded by the presidents of the libertarian Cato Institute and the conservative magazine National Review, they have won 17 of 19 House and Senate races since 1999 and raised more than $10 million in 2002 alone.
Unlike Yale, Cornell, Columbia and the University of Pennsylvania, Harvard has no independent graduate school of the arts, nor any plans to fund graduate-level work in the practice of art. And ever since spring 2001, when the chair of the Visual and Environmental Studies (VES) department was dismissed and Summers was named president, the University?s commitment to the arts has come under fire. Critics argue that Harvard?s archaic reluctance to recognize and incorporate the arts into its academic mission may discourage talented prospective students from choosing Harvard and threaten its prestige.
a split level story: connected in New England are selfishness, endless beauracracy, and a pogrom against the fastest growing minority of the Bush years: the Homeless
(previously titled: The Low Cost of Stealing)