Senator Scott Brown’s turbulent childhood, which he recalled in an interview with the Globe and laid out in vivid detail in his popular memoir, “Against All Odds,” is a story of Dickensian dimensions — of a boy, lonely and largely left to raise himself — but not everyone remembers the events of more than three decades past as he does.
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