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A FRIDAY NIGHT in November 2000. The First Parish Unitarian Church in Concord, where Ralph Waldo Emerson used to preach before his radical "Divinity School Address" of 1838 alienated the orthodoxy, is packed with 600 people, standing room only. (Full Article: 1907 Words)
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