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The education of Richard Dreyfuss

He no longer cares to be a movie star; his new passion is to share his love of civics

In his new role: The actor fields questions about Middle East peace prospects and civil liberties at Bunker Hill Community College last month. In his new role: The actor fields questions about Middle East peace prospects and civil liberties at Bunker Hill Community College last month. (Aram Boghosian for the Boston Globe)
By Joseph P. Kahn
Globe Staff / February 7, 2007

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Before speaking at Bunker Hill Community College last week, Richard Dreyfuss asked media members in attendance to consider his talk off the record. He wanted to speak freely, the actor-activist explained, without worrying his remarks might be trimmed to fit some prefabricated agenda. (Full article: 1387 words)

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