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Departing Harvard president Lawrence Summers (back to camera), former Massachusetts governor Michael S. Dukakis, and George McGovern (right) attended yesterday’s service.

Friends, fans celebrate Galbraith's life

Memorial service draws hundreds

By Bryan Marquard and Connie Paige
Globe Page and Globe Correspondent / June 1, 2006

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CAMBRIDGE -- John Kenneth Galbraith arrived by subway outside the gates of Harvard nearly 72 years ago, a young economist eager to take his place as an instructor at the revered institution. (Full article: 984 words)

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