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Recent letters to editor are yet further examples of unnecessary length prompting less readership. In English class we were taught to first edit an essay, then edit it a second or even third time to make it readable and interesting. Letters to editor writers would be well advised to follow that suggestion.

Everett Peirce

Carbondale


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