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Great Depression survivors uncertain of nation's mettle

By Bill Porter
Globe Staff / October 28, 2008

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LEXINGTON - John Quinlan was never in a hurry to leave Fenway Park after a Red Sox game. During the Great Depression, pure joy was precious. (Full article: 1040 words)

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