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The last word on Clinton, from a Democrat who’s done with her

“The Democratic Party and the Clinton team blundered throughout the campaign.” — Yvette Morton

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Given daily dose of the Donald, how can we still pillory Hillary?

“Now we have a president who tweets memes of hitting Clinton with a golf ball. But she is seen as the one deserving of our criticism?” — Michelle Moody

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Dorchester neighborhood deserves notice for its efforts to reduce violence

“Our street has improved largely because we do have relationships with police officers, and they do get out of their cars to talk to people.” — Bob Haas

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In casting musical, goal should be the best performer, not a nod to identity politics

“We are all human beings, and talent and merit should always be the only consideration.” — Donald H. Rousseau

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Invitation goes awry at Harvard

Harvard’s offer of a fellowship to Chelsea Manning and subsequent flip-flop was controversial from the start.

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Lecturers’ battle at BU is over more than money

“BU’s administrators must take account of the blind spots in the university’s liberalism and inclusion.” — Olga Livshin

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The Clinton campaign — a post-mortem

Hillary Clinton’s campaign memoir “What Happened” has renewed debate over the course of the 2016 race for president.

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Title IX directive was put in place to correct lapses in school policies

“It would be a mistake to insist on integrating the criminal justice system into educational institutions’ adjudication process.” — Stephanie DeCandia

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‘Paramour’ — a term to avoid

“It would seem retrograde of the Globe to use this disrespectful and sexist term.” — Laurie Sheffield

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Raising graduation rates won’t solve the inequities that grind us down

“Younger college graduates have seen their career prospects dry up, as employers move to contract, temp, and part-time work structures.” — Jeremy Raymondjack

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Higher education needs to solve its own problems

“What our economy needs is labor markets to value skills and abilities, not degrees.” — Steve Adams

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There may come a day when the robots have their say

“We may need not only to recognize and respond to their suffering, but also to allow for their self-actualization.” — Geoffrey Patton

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A hard look at the special role of service animals

Mass. lawmakers are considering a bill to crack down on those who misrepresent service animals.

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Rethinking of colleges’ kangaroo courts is long overdue

“The problem with the prevailing system is that there are certainly more accusations than there are genuine sexual assaults.” — Harvey A. Silverglate

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Mass. lawmakers urged to give consumers power over their credit reports

“One of the most effective ways to protect consumers from identity theft is through a security freeze.” — Mike Festa

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Portrait of Dukakis reminds reader that real change is still possible

“It was a much-needed reminder that there are politicians who will fight for the most vulnerable among us.” — Judith Norton

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Addressing access at the T was a key Grabauskas achievement

“He was the person who finally acknowledged the T’s woeful effort to be accessible to people with disabilities.” — Bill Henning and Tara Doucette

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When Trump cites ‘fake news,’ one hears echoes of Germany at its worst

“Lügenpresse, or ‘lying press,’ was the derisive term employed by Adolf Hitler to undermine the legitimacy of the free press.” — T. William Alexander

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Amazon ambitions should alert us to our region’s own pressing needs

As we entertain the idea of an Amazon headquarters here, readers have concerns about the Boston area’s readiness and priorities.

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Even before security breach, Equifax induced headaches

“After a year of effort, the mistakes were never corrected.” — Carole-Jean Smith

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Some critics of DACA seem to forget that we’re talking about children

Readers find some critics of the program seem to forget that we’re talking about immigrants who were brought here as children.

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Bad movies? That’s a problem of global proportions

“Most Hollywood movies of the CGI and superhero variety are not even made for the US market anymore.” — Maxine Dolle

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You’d have thought Galbraith had last word on trickle-down theory

“The president who was going to drain the swamp promotes the long-discredited economic plan that asserts that a tax cut for the wealthy would be good for the working classes.” — Robert F. Lyons

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From shamelessness to civility — can we get there from here?

The Sept. 5 front page featured a story on the new shamelessness in politics and a commentary on cultivating civility, a juxtaposition that some readers found notable.

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Lawmakers, dentists are very much engaged in finding accord on access to care

“The bills have a common focus: How can we best provide dental care to those without access?” — Rep. Kate Hogan and Rep. William “Smitty” Pignatelli