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Professor sets out to document Hussein's atrocities

By Stephanie V. Siek
Globe Staff / March 6, 2005

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WALTHAM -- The brutal horrors of Saddam Hussein's regime lie within millions of neat, handwritten pages, the legacy of a police state so meticulous that it collected reams of paper documenting even the rumors that wafted through student unions and street cafes. (Full article: 1112 words)

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