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Memories of urban renewal

When a community embraces both progress and heritage

By Micho Spring
May 10, 2008

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THIS YEAR, Boston - with the rest of the country - marks the 40th anniversary of a year that generated history like few others. In 1968, President Johnson shocked the nation by declining to run for reelection. Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated, and the next night in Boston, James Brown took the stage for a concert whose calming ... (Full article: 649 words)

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