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Use of Nazi quote in high school yearbook halts its distribution

Two offensive quotes, including one tied to Nazi leaders, selected by Highland Park High School students that appeared underneath their senior photos have forced the suburban Chicago school to temporarily stop distribution of its yearbooks, officials announced.

The decision to halt yearbook distribution came after students brought the quotations

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