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Slaying threatens South Boston gains

Some see progress on race despite brawl

By Brian MacQuarrie
Globe Staff / July 18, 2004

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At first, the news from South Boston last Sunday had the feel of tragic history revisited. Two feuding groups of emotion-stoked youths, one white and the other Asian, engaged in a weapon-wielding brawl that left one Vietnamese teenager dead on a blood-spattered basketball court in the Mary Ellen McCormack housing development. (Full Article: 1301 Words)

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