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N. Ireland laureate seeks to raise moderates' profile

Nobelist Hume paying visits to US cities

By Kevin Cullen
Globe Staff / January 22, 2006

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His health has been better, and he says his memory isn't what it used to be. But when called upon, John Hume, the Nobel laureate, can still rustle up a good story or a few verses of ''The Town I Loved So Well," the bittersweet lament for his beloved hometown of Derry. (Full article: 1231 words)

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