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CHICAGO (AP) — Roger Ebert started out as an old-school newspaper man, the kind that has all but vanished: a fierce competitor who spent the day trying to scoop the competition and the night bellied up to the bar swapping stories. Then newspapers fell on hard times, either laying off huge chunks of their staffs or disappearing altogether. But Ebert didn't merely survive. He flourished, largely...

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