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LETTERS

Don’t worry — the Democrats can fly with a progressive wing

If the writer "is implying that good jobs will win over Trump voters, he is naive."

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‘No shortcut to unity’ in a nation wracked by division and overdue for racial reckoning

"Our secular faith — our democracy — requires a renewed commitment to fighting for our democracy’s future."

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Between ‘we’ and ‘they,’ there is the American challenge that is ‘us’

An op-ed by a Trump voter from Dallas generated a range of reactions from readers, including a genuine invitation from one to bridge the divide.

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A smooth transition in one realm, at least

"If only the loser of the presidential election could be so gracious" as Tiger Woods was at the Masters.

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In the disability community, every missing dollar is keenly felt

"Caring for our children requires patience, physical endurance, humor, understanding, and love. Fiscal instability is not on their radar when they are hungry, uncomfortable, in pain, or lonely."

LETTERS

What’s wrong with Georgia

"GOP criticism of their own election administrator, Brad Raffensperger, for his handling of the Georgia voting process, is laughable."

LETTERS

Playing Trump’s seemingly endless endgame

Readers express concern that the president's refusal to concede the election imperils the nation's response to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Time for Harbor Garage to go and a tower to rise in its place

A recent collection of readers' letters voiced opposition to a planned tower on Boston's waterfront. Here readers express why they welcome the project.