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Edward Teixeira, 72, communist organizer who put a smiling face on the party

By Tom Long
Globe Staff / August 27, 2004

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Edward S. Teixeira was a communist and proud of it. But he didn't fit the stereotype of the fanatical, unsmiling zealot. The longtime organizer for the New England Communist Party was always happy to warn of the evils of capitalism with a wink and a smile over a mug of beer at Clery's Pub in the South End, where he ... (Full Article: 693 Words)

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