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Fear, loathing, and anger

In a new book, 'Broken Justice,' Dr. Kenneth C. Edelin revisits the '70s abortion and manslaughter trial that changed his life

Dr. Kenneth C. Edelin "All the facets of 'When does life begin?'; of religion, of philosophy, all those things I was at the epicenter of," says Dr. Kenneth C. Edelin. (Jonathan Wiggs / Globe Staff)
By Don Aucoin
Globe Staff / November 5, 2007

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OAK BLUFFS - With his sport shirt untucked, his eyeglasses hanging around his neck, and his deck shoes slapping the sidewalk as he good-naturedly bemoans the state of his golf game, he could be any retiree enjoying the midday sun on Martha's Vineyard. (Full article: 1452 words)

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