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The Harvard Salient is a fortnightly journal of political thought. Naturally conservative but free from political allegiances, the Salient was founded in 1981 by Harvard students who sought to provide a journalistic alternative to a predominantly liberal campus press. Opportunities abound for writers, artists, photographers, production assistants, and advertising salesmen. The Salient's goal is to return to the Harvard campus, through thoughtful discourse, the ancient principles underpinning Western civilization: tradition, family, property, and respect for ordered liberty.

The Harvard Salient is published biweekly during the academic year by The Harvard Salient, Inc., a nonprofit, tax-exempt corporation chartered under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Copies are delivered to students and faculty at Harvard University. Annual subscriptions are available to other interested persons with a tax-deductible contribution of at least $50 ($60 for international subscribers).

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