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  • His forthcoming publications include a co-edited collection of essays on Academic Freedom (Purich Press) and a new translation and edition of The Communist Manifesto (Broadview Press).

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  • Purich said the seeds of the city mentoring initiative are beginning to sprout in other neighborhoods.

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  • Two months later King Peter, the Yugoslavian Head of State was forced to dismiss Premier Purich, which meant the entire cabinet in which Mikhailovitch was Minister of War.

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  • The elder Purich ended up in Austria and eventually made his way to America.


  • But whenever Purich gets discouraged, he looks to a sign posted in a rustic cabin that serves as his office - not far from that symbolic tree.


  • But Purich and Kane want to expand the program far beyond chess, and they're asking for at least 150 adult volunteers who will be trained to mentor kids in a variety of ways.


  • But Purich couldn't bring himself to sign a resignation letter and move on.


  • "We want it to work, and I think it will work," Purich said.


  • Purich and Kane extensively researched the problem, and they believe that the Johns-town area's poverty plays a big role.


  • He finally was able to bring his family to the United States when Purich was 15.



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