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Order on the Court

Along with his soaring optimism for the Celtics, Glenn 'Doc' Rivers brings to Boston, a city with a complex racial past, a life that has taught him the color of his skin does matter.

By Charles P. Pierce
Globe Staff / May 30, 2004

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He couldn't figure out what they were looking for. Three days earlier, in the summer of 1997, someone had burned his house, taken it right down to the dust and grit of the Texas plains outside of San Antonio. It was arson. There was no doubt about that, and the cops believed that the arson was largely motivated by the ... (Full Article: 2155 Words)

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