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The little town and life Rockefeller left for 'fame'

'Germany was too small for him,' says his brother, as others recall a restless, mischievous youth

Stephen Hrones, Rockefeller's lawyer, said his client does not remember coming to the United States in the late 1970s and living in Berlin, Conn., with a series of host families. Stephen Hrones, Rockefeller's lawyer, said his client does not remember coming to the United States in the late 1970s and living in Berlin, Conn., with a series of host families. (Steven Senne/Associated Press)
August 9, 2008

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Reported and written by Maria Cramer in Germany, and Michael Levenson, John R. Ellement, Eric Moskowitz, Maria Sacchetti, Shelley Murphy and Marion Schmidt in Boston. (Full article: 1501 words)

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