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Bob Krim and Janey Bishoff

Boston's lessons in sparking innovation

By Bob Krim and Janey Bishoff
August 24, 2007

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THIS MONTH marks Massachusetts' commemoration of the Liberty Tree, a large elm near the corner of Washington and Essex streets that was a gathering place for diverse groups planting the seeds of revolution. The tree, which served as Boston's meeting place for a decade until it was cut down by the British in August 1775, became a symbol of freedom. ... (Full article: 618 words)

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