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John Cort, at 92; worked for social justice, union rights

By Emma Stickgold
Globe Correspondent / August 6, 2006

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Standing before a group of eager workers in Boston, John Cort hoped to send a powerful message that would rally the first state-sponsored service corps in the nation. It was the summer of 1965, and he had just been appointed the organization's executive director, so he wanted to find the words that would adequately convey his wishes for the new ... (Full article: 970 words)

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