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Dr. Barry Commoner (Associated Press)
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October 4, 2012
He was a hero in my book. I met him in the late 70s and so admired his efforts to educate people about nuclear power. He was a brilliant and principled man and we were so lucky to have him.
October 4, 2012
May the family and friends of Dr. Barry Commoner be comforted by the passage at Ecclesiates 7:1.
October 3, 2012
My deepest condolences to the Commoner family. His contributions to humanity will be forever remembered and appreciated. May the God of peace be with you. Romans 15:33
October 3, 2012
Barry Commoner was my botany professor at Washington University. He inspired us to believe that as individuals, we could have a real impact on the world around us. His lectures were riveting and very often at the end of class, we'd give him a standing ovation.

Wonderful professor and a great man. Dr. Commoner, we'll miss you profoundly.
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