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Archibald Cox, 92; his probe helped unravel a presidency

By Edgar J. Driscoll Jr.
Globe Correspondent / May 30, 2004

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Archibald Cox, the special prosecutor fired by President Nixon for refusing to curtail his Watergate investigation, died yesterday at his home in Brooksville, Maine. The former Wayland resident was 92. Mr. Cox, a highly respected authority on constitutional and labor law who had taught at Harvard and Boston universities, also served President Kennedy as US solicitor general. To a generation ... (Full Article: 998 Words)

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