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Richard Rapaport

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Richard Rapaport is a Bay Area-based writer. Originally from New England, he understands the quiet Yankee ways, and thinks its time to make a little noise.

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SHARE More Sharing        Sunday, December 26, 2010
The Girls Got Game: UConn's Women's Basketball Break Through the Hardwood Ceiling In the sixties, New England-born basketball has helped overcome a residual regional racism.In a similar way, the success of Gino Auriemma's women's basketball program at UConn has been responsible for helping overcome the ancient disregard and disrespect for women's college athletics.
SHARE More Sharing        Sunday, April 25, 2010
Time for a Whiff of Union Grapeshot? The Ugly Return of States' Rights Over the last century and a half, "States Rights" that most hideous of political euphemisms, has raised its hydra's head to be cut down by men and women of good will and conscience.Is it time for the descendants ofthe Rebels to get another whiff of political grapeshot? This reporter thinks so.