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Adrian Walker

Turning point

By Adrian Walker
Globe Columnist / January 6, 2005

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Raymond L. Flynn, a man with a keen sense of Boston history, yesterday called the event one of the most important in the city's history. And so it was, that seemingly forgotten morning 15 years ago this week when Charles Stuart jumped off the Tobin Bridge and shattered the city's sense of what it could trust, or believe. (Full article: 676 words)

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