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Robert Morgenthau

Morgenthau, the longest-serving Manhattan district attorney, poses for a portrait in a New York City courtroom on April 26, 2000

LIVING LEGENDS ARE RARE BIRDS, BUT ROBERT MORGENTHAU richly deserved the moniker. Though the prosecutor ascribed his success to “luck and longevity,” there was

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