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LETTERS

It’s police work itself that’s gone rogue

"The offenders aren’t 'rogue' individuals, units, or police forces. Their behavior is endemic to the profession."

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A devil of a time working out details on start of school year

With the new school year fast approaching, state officials and teachers unions argue over how to proceed.

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A turning point ahead for Markey and the Senate

Readers weigh whether Ed Markey or Joe Kennedy III is the right person for the next Senate.

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C’mon, those Republicans from the Western states don’t love national parks that much

"I predict that a good deal of this fabulous new cash will never see a redwood, maintained trail, rushing river, or new visitor center."

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Today’s vacated office spaces could be tomorrow’s apartments

"What do we do with the millions of square feet of surplus office space in Greater Boston? How about repurposing it as housing?"

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Democrats need to avoid demographic traps of their own

"Democrats need to play their cards correctly. Waiting for demographic change is a risky — and failing — strategy."

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Law professor has witnessed countless cases of the bias Black attorney describes

"Any form of racism, whether in the courts or elsewhere, is what we call in the law a strict liability offense: Intent is irrelevant."

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Democrats have better things to do than obsess about Kasich’s vote

"How about calling to task some segments of the Democratic Party that have resisted supporting Biden wholeheartedly? How about healing the rifts?"