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​​“JOHN HOWARD (1726-1790) Life Extraordinaire" (25 minutes) starts with a simple question which is never answered: what is the vignette of a English humanitarian -- focused on prison reform -- doing on a note of a Boston Bank more than half a century later? Based on other evidence (from a century later!), I argue a connection; I just don't have a clue what that connection is. Perhaps you can explain it? 

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