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Now and Then

The best classroom was the street corner

By Donald M. Murray
Globe Correspondent / January 31, 2006

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Passing through the fog of recent memory into the clarity of my youth, I see a bunch of guys, most in corduroy knickers because they were not yet 16 and allowed to wear long pants. I'm that skinny kid with glasses at the edge of the regulars, watching, listening. (Full article: 605 words)

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