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She was rejected for a partnership at an accounting firm for not conforming to feminine stereotypes.

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Mr. Reed was instrumental in restoring Florida’s Everglades and, as a federal official, helped write major environmental laws.

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He was part of the Friendship Nine, a South Carolina group that chose jail over bail.

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He staged the parody number “Springtime for Hitler” for Brooks’s film “The Producers.”

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