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Vintage Books, believed to have the largest collection of Quaker material in the United States, is closing but is hoping for a buyer who would continue selling the Quaker items. Milford Daily News, May 5, 2013
American Friends Service Committee joined in a federal lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of severe restrictions placed against a man the U.S. government labeled a specially designated terrorist. Chicago Tribune, September 22, 2012
British authorities drop census refusal case against Stroud Mayor John Marjoram, a Quaker who joined numerous other Quakers in refusing to cooperate with the census. Stroud News & Journal, May 14, 2012
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