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Edmund M. Burke, 80; dean at BC encouraged corporate citizenship

Edmund M. Burke was dean of BC's Graduate School of Social Work and served on President Carter's domestic policy staff. Edmund M. Burke was dean of BC's Graduate School of Social Work and served on President Carter's domestic policy staff.
By Bryan Marquard
Globe Staff / November 8, 2008

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A corporation that moves into a town is just as much a resident as the family down the street, Edmund M. Burke believed, and if the business wants to do well, it should become what he called a "neighbor of choice." (Full article: 939 words)

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