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Nina Stanger (1943–1999).
Described by The New Statesman, posthumously, as a radical lawyer, Stanger was a prominent barrister in London during the 1960s. Married to Steven Lukes, she had three children with him: Daniel (born 1977), Michael (born 1979), and Alexandra (born 1981). She moved to Italy with her family in 1987.
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