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Secret life steals a promising future

By David Abel
Globe Staff / January 24, 2004

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Something happened when he raised his voice. The quiet, chubby student, so polite that he answered professors with "yes, sir" or "no, ma'am," would suddenly find the guttural roar of a Southern preacher. And when he thundered about the need for justice or the ills of poverty, his colleagues at Boston College Law School thought they were witnessing the second ... (Full Article: 1787 Words)

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