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Melissa Mohr's column on semicolons helped a reader with his grammar troubles. Another wonders if economic growth brings ecological destruction.
Why glorify buying ripped jeans? Readers wrote in to discuss this topic, as well as the importance of education and India’s economic growth.
Readers discuss their experience with multilingualism, express gratitude for good book recommendations, and critique blanket statements in articles.
Readers shared their appreciation for Melissa Mohr’s column “In A Word.” Another questioned the objectivity of our coverage of Venezuela.
Zorica Rebernik, obsessed with the red color, drinks coffee in her house in the village of Breze near Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Oct. 16.
In this week’s letters, readers share their thoughts on the opioid crisis and comment on the need for good news.
Mark Sappenfield's column inspired one reader to think about the value of community; another reader shared their appreciation for a cover story.
Readers shared their views on racism in politics and how they view the term “dog whistles” as it’s applied in politics.
Readers wrote in about the need for more direct climate reporting and the shift in social consciousness since the days of Woodstock.
A reader wrote in to express her disappointment about racially insensitive themes in a recent Home Forum essay.
Readers shared their thoughts on our moon landing cover story. Some wondered about the costs involved in space travel.
One reader wrote in about melting glaciers, with hopes that they will be a call to action. Another has questions about climate change.
Our readers write about successful blacksmithing careers, trying out egg cream soda recipes, and keeping a positive mindset.
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See what our readers have to say about our sports players’ salaries cover story and on-the-ground interviews about seniors entering the workforce.
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