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This year’s obituary pages included stories that ran the gamut from triumph to tragedy. We said goodbye to voices that transformed public radio forever and a politician who left permanent marks, including scars, on Washington, D.C. We explore the stories behind this year’s obituaries and reflect on those lost in 2014.
- Adam Bernstein Obituaries Editor, Washington Post
- Christopher Maume Obituaries Editor, The Independent (U.K.)
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