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A good walk spoiled — by golf-bashing columnist

Readers will not be joining Alex Beam as he celebrates Global Anti-Golf Day.

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There are those in Newton who welcome developer’s vision

“Robert Korff is a longtime Newton resident eager to help us create an economically and socially more diverse city.”

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All is quiet in Democratic bid for 2020 — and for good reason

“They’re all waiting for the Democratic National Committee to decide who will play Hillary Clinton’s role.”

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Little agreement over free-trade accords

Readers react to Alan S. Blinder’s essay on the debate over free trade.

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2 views of Airbnb debate, from the front door and from next door

Suburban readers are watching closely as Boston wrestles with a rise in short-term rentals.

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Who will get stalled on the information superhighway?

Some are raising concerns over bids to push back at the FCC over Net neutrality.

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War on abortion rights is not one-sided

A Globe editorial on legislative threats to abortion rights prompted rebuttal from readers.

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Our military misadventures have been well-intentioned — and disastrous

“The result of our well-intentioned use of our armed forces to fix problems abroad has been millions dead.”

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In software, let’s admit that what were once ‘glitches’ are now ‘defects’

“Given the increasing impact that malfunctioning software has on peoples lives, it is time to stop using the word ‘glitch.’ ”

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The Gardner heist: piece of cake

“I had to laugh at one of the titles of the several books mentioned.”

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There is both smoke and fire in Gaza border clashes

No winners are seen in the clashes raging along the border zone with the Gaza Strip.

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In officer’s tragic death, we find a story of two lives, with some missing pages

“My guess is that these two men had vastly different upbringings.”

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Trump, the ‘thanks, but no thanks’ president

“Many are concluding it is now far more damaging to one’s business or career to be hired by this president than to be fired by him.”

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An accessory never out of fashion

I “have been assured by many of discerning taste that vogue is what [bowties] have been in all along.”

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Fighting words from a pair of Harvard heavy hitters

Nancy Gertner and Alan Dershowitz are sparring over Robert Mueller’s reputation.

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While wind is key to our future, offshore oil drilling belongs in the past

“An ‘all-of-the-above’ energy strategy is a shortsighted and risky approach.”

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Mass. still a standout in public education

“I believe that the Massachusetts schools are doing well under the aegis of Governor Baker.”

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Billionaire is a role model in shifting his support from GOP to Democrats

“Please, more courageous people with financial impact must stand up.”

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Foes of transgender rights are really opposing human rights here

“I have heard too many stories about people being shamed in restrooms.”

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US forces must play a role in Syria

The United States “must at least be a partner to resolution and not a bystander.”

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Rail engineers’ poor driving records enough to strike fear in commuters

This “is more serious than commuter complaints about trains not running on schedule.”

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Degrees of difficulty in Mount Ida deal

Debate continues to swirl over the UMass Amherst plan to acquire Mount Ida College.

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In work with Alzheimer’s community, he’s seen people at their best

“Words like grace and hope don’t come to mind when we think of Alzheimer’s disease.”

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Harsh light on Cambridge police response

The police response to an incident in Cambridge has drawn rebuke and calls for scrutiny.

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Most vulnerable among us should be just that — among us, not shunted away

“We are all too familiar with neighborhood after neighborhood blocking efforts to build these essential facilities.”