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How Boston's Victory Could Spell an Identity Crisis

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How Boston's Victory Could Spell an Identity Crisis

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How Boston's Victory Could Spell an Identity Crisis

How Boston's Victory Could Spell an Identity Crisis

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After going so long without a world championship, Red Sox fans have a psychological challenge ahead: redefining themselves as winners. Rabbi Harold Kushner, author of When Bad Things Happen to Good People, talks with NPR's Melissa Block about the good things that finally happened to the Red Sox and their fans.

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