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Alito writing backed privacy, gay rights

By Christian R. Burset and Alan Wirzbicki
Globe Correspondents / November 2, 2005

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PRINCETON, N.J. -- As a senior at Princeton University, Samuel A. Alito Jr. chaired an undergraduate task force that recommended the decriminalization of sodomy, accused the CIA and the FBI of invading the privacy of citizens, and said discrimination against gays in hiring ''should be forbidden." (Full article: 567 words)

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