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Some people seek to leave a legacy. They want to be remembered by others for doing something great, whether it be good or evil. But not everyone is alike in this respect. Others want nothing more than to go quietly about their business. They do not want friends or strangers prying into their lives. They do not want their inner, personal thoughts to be read and judged by those around them. [excerpt]
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Lavery, Kevin P., "The Right to be Forgotten... from History?" (2014). The Gettysburg Compiler: On the Front Lines of History. 67.