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Meh on Biden vs. Trump … what’s a voter to do?

"A vote for a third-party candidate is tantamount to supporting another Trump presidency," writes one reader. Another writes, "We need an option for president other than Joe Biden or Donald Trump."

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Trump to allies: Drop dead

At a time when our world is so fragile, we need a commander in chief who firmly stands against autocracy and for democracy. The former president is not that person.

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Aging: Political liability? Partisan weapon? Mere construct?

Renée Graham urged people to really talk about the impact of old age — on officeholders, on all of us — and readers have much to say on the issue.

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They have a few words for coauthor of Oct. 7 statement at Harvard

The 75-year oppression of Palestinians is shameful, as were the atrocities committed by Hamas.

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Unseated Newton councilor is a profile in courage on housing policy

If you’re a local official in the process of drafting your municipality’s MBTA Communities Law compliance plan, your community needs you to be inspired, not fearful.

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A sun shield? Haven’t we done enough damage to the natural world?

The idea of creating a giant sun shield the size of Argentina to combat the effects of burning fossil fuels is absurd.

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Lottery admissions would leave many voc-tech hopefuls in the cold

Any lottery system that fails to take into account basic behavioral criteria does a disservice not only to students but also to the primary mission of these most important public assets.

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Let’s bring student engagement from blueprint to proving ground

Engagement has students asking, "What if …" "How about …" "Could we try …" — a welcome replacement to the sadly familiar "Why do I have to know this?"