Marion Barry, Civil Rights Leader, Second D.C. Mayor, Dies at 78Jonathan D. Salant and Joe Sabo
Marion Barry, the civil-rights leader who became a polarizing political figure during two spans as mayor of Washington, D.C., separated by a prison sentence for drug possession, has died. He was 78.
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