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LETTERS

Newton and the Northland project: point-counterpoint

Readers debate a development planned for Newton Upper Falls, which will be put to a citywide referendum in Newton on March 3.

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Russian saxophonist offers a coda in response to coverage of event

“How could I possibly decline comment if I was never asked to comment?”

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In measure of inequity, look closely at the lows for white, Black wealth

“The frustration of the vanishing middle class and underemployed blue-collar workers, both white and Black, may well have helped Donald Trump get elected in 2016.”

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Thoughtful school safety drills are essential to prepare for a threat

“Implemented properly, and in collaboration with local public safety officials, lockdown and armed-intruder drills are an appropriate and essential component in a school community response to an emergency or threat.”

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Her takeaway from Markey-Kennedy debate

“In these perilous times, I think it’s imperative that we retain Markey in the Senate.”

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The law and William Barr

Readers react to the Globe's call for Attorney General William Barr to go and to an op-ed by former US attorney Michael Sullivan defending him.

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Beyond ‘happily ever after’

Readers react to Renée Loth's column about the importance of learning about healthy relationships.

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Old enough to vote, but too young to . . .

“May I assume that Representative Seth Moulton also approves the lowering of the age limit to 16 to purchase alcohol?”