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Palmeter compares GATT, WTO in speech: Lawyer gives case studies of U.S. World Trade Organization violations in action

(10/28/98 11:00am)

David Palmeter, a trade lawyer and president of the Washington Foreign Law Society, emphasized the differences between the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade and the World Trade Organization in a presentation yesterday afternoon in 2 Rockefeller.









Close games, close standings dictate Ivy football weekend

(10/27/98 11:00am)

Just how costly was the Big Green's loss at Cornell this weekend? Well, depending on how you look at it, either very costly or not very costly at all. With Penn and Princeton falling to Brown and Harvard to drop from the ranks of the unbeaten, Dartmouth still remains just one game back of first place despite their 1-2 mark in league play. However, if the Big Green had managed to pull out a victory, they would be in first-place in the league, albeit in a five-way tie for the top spot.



Let Them Eat Cake

(10/27/98 11:00am)

You have to admire someone who can decry the oversimplification of his views on the one hand, and then write something like, "The conservative requires you to have faith in God, the liberal replaces "God" with "the state" or "society" [The Dartmouth, "A Few Good (Straw) Men: Part II," Oct. 21]. Robert Sutton fancies himself so ingenious and insightful, he thinks that he alone has pierced through the intellectual haze the government has placed around modern political issues. In reality, the unpopularity of Sutton's world view can be attributed to a far more mundane cause. Simply put, for the first 150 years of this country's existence, its economy was guided by precisely the laissez-faire values Sutton so admires. The result was a culture so steeped in misery that the people demanded a more interventionist government.


How Horrible Am I?

(10/27/98 11:00am)

It is with great pride and pleasure and a crystal awareness of the irony involved that I accept the distinction of being the first student who suffers a personal attack from the Dartmouth Review for the 1998-99 academic year. The mud-slinging took the form of an item in the first issue's "Week in Review," plainly titled, "How Horrible is Bill Kartalopoulos?"