Welcome Back Harvard ROTC: Forty Years of Political, Legal, and Cultural Conflict

  •  Dusty Farned    


This article concerns the repeal of a United States law which banned homosexuals from openly serving in its military and the subsequent return of military training at Harvard University. It contends that the standoff between the U.S. military and Harvard was more than a single policy dispute, but a cross-cultural conflict lasting decades. Credit for the recent progress in relations is attributed to new leadership in both administrations.

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