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Since the "troubles" first began in Northern Ireland eight years ago, the press has repeatedly reported that the "vast majority"
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Robert K. Merton, a Columbia University sociologist, last night addressed the annual meeting of the Society for Social Studies of
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To the socialite who remarks in public that you are "not to the manner born," only one response is dignified
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