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Harvard scholar ends Justice job quickly

Tribe blames health, not post’s low profile

By Farah Stockman
Globe Staff / November 29, 2010

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Laurence H. Tribe, a renowned constitutional scholar and outspoken champion of liberal causes, spent four decades teaching students who occupy some of the most powerful posts in Washington — Barrack Obama among them. His own foray into government service, however, has been short-lived and, according to some supporters, too low-key. (Full article: 1415 words)

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