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'Yes Means Yes' Is All Wrong for Harvard

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Harvard Law students who say "affirmative consent" will make campuses safer from sex assault are off track. They should be doing everything they can to assert Title IX, the best law there is for victims of violence "on the basis of sex."

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