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Retired Globe columnist David Nyhan, 64, collapses and dies

By Brian C. Mooney and Mark Feeney
Globe Staff / January 24, 2005

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David Nyhan, whose fiercely liberal columns for The Boston Globe made him a force in local and national politics even as his generous nature won him a legion of friends, died early yesterday at his home in Brookline, apparently of a heart attack. He was 64. Mr. Nyhan was stricken yesterday after coming in from shoveling snow and was rushed ... (Full article: 1433 words)

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