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When Silence Isn`t Golden

Friday, August 12, 2005

"What do Bill Clinton, Bill Cosby, Jack Kemp, Brad Pitt and Dan Rather have in common?" asks Deborah Simmons." "Stuck? OK, try these: Wesley Clark, Rafael Palmeiro, Quincy Jones, Michael Jordan and Denzel Washington. They all are alumni of an American staple: Boys and Girls Clubs. These and other names are important because they are disappointingly mum about a nasty scandal that is rocking the foundation of one of American`s foremost social-service organizations and tarnishing the name of one of America`s foremost civil-rights pioneers."

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