I forgot yesterday to post this great article on the rebirth of the Harvard Living Wage campaign. As you can see from reading the article, I’m a member of the group, so I’m not going to claim any sort of objectivity (do I ever?). Even so, I think that this campaign, this moral question, is an important one for students to get involved in. In today’s paper, too, there was this bizarre piece of analysis of the campaign that I may comment on more extensively later. In any event, read the article, read the OpEd, and start thinking about it: can Harvard afford to pay its workers a living wage? Shouldn’t it? As always, just hit the comment button.
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