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Food Fight: Harvard Law Dean Doesn't Want Students to Feed Striking Workers

Harvard University's dining services workers went on strike last week, after months of stalled negotiations with the university. The workers are asking Harvard, a nonprofit with a $35 billion endowment, to pay them $35,000 a year, or less than half the $88,000 it costs to attend Harvard Law for......
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