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Harvard University’s Kennedy School joined several other institutions severing ties with political leaders associated with last week’s insurgency by dropping Republican congresswoman Elise Stafanik from a key advisory committee. Harvard political scientist Ryan Enos, one of the people who urged the action, and Boston Globe business columnist Shirley Leung, who has been following the pressure other institutions face to disassociate themselves with Trump and his administration, joined Jim Braude to discuss.
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