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After a pro-football career, he became an orthodontist and chief of dentistry at Louisiana State Penitentiary in Angola.

Books such as “Portnoy’s Complaint” and “Goodbye, Columbus” established him as a premier chronicler of sex, desire and Jewish angst. He won the Pulitzer Prize for “American Pastoral.”

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Known for his a hard-line views toward communism, Dr. Pipes rejected detente with the Soviet Union.

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He directed a memorable production of Ibsen’s “The Wild Duck” at Washington’s Arena Stage in the 1980s.

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He pushed for a college football playoff before others embraced it.

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He later started two businesses that focused on rapid sorting of mass mail.

He was the commanding general of the U.S. Army Europe from 1988 to 1992.

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