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William J. Reid, 94, headmaster at Boston busing crisis hot spot

By Bryan Marquard
Globe Staff / January 10, 2007

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On the day after busing started at South Boston High School, William J. Reid watched as students who were suddenly classmates because of court-ordered desegregation gathered in the auditorium. (Full article: 952 words)

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