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"As long as there is money to be made, and with such a profitable market next door, this business is not going to go away, because if it’s not El Chapo, it’s going to be someone else," said Harvard's Evelyn Krache Morris about the arrest of Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán.

Business as usual

Belfer Center scholar sees little effect on drug trade from ‘El Chapo’ arrest



John Podesta (from left), Jeb Bush, and Michelle Rhee offered ideas on education reform at a Harvard Kennedy School talk Nov. 18. “I made education the chief political issue before I made it the chief policy issue,” said Bush, who is finishing a weeklong visiting fellowship at the Institute of Politics. “If you have a passion for something, you shouldn’t keep it a secret.”


Reform advocates Rhee, Bush, Podesta talk politics of education