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LETTERS

If we have to drive, let’s at least go electric

If it's true that more people will be commuting in their cars once the pandemic subsides, then they should be doing it in electric vehicles.

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Hunger, homelessness: an American divide that bonds us all

"We cannot afford to let families become homeless at this scale. We need more resources to help families weather emergencies."

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Biden could spark a nationwide effort to heal our nation’s divide

"I would like to see President-elect Biden make this a top priority, and frame an approach that would appeal to both sides."

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Rationality, not intuition, should be our guide to action

"Nothing less than the survival of humanity on our planet depends on it."

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Two sides to the student loan debt question

A foundation trustee and a recent college graduate have differing views in response to columnist Jeff Jacoby's argument that a debt bailout would be unjust.

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Charting a course correction in our politics

"The question is not whether the goals for America are to make it first or not. The question is which policies actually support America’s best interests."

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The planet welcomes a new president

"What a relief to see that the United States is about to get back on the right track with respect to climate change."

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In later years, strides were made in care at Fernald

"The holiday lighting of the Fernald grounds should celebrate the fine strides made for people with developmental disabilities."