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This is one of the most well-written, convincing and meaningfully balanced journalistic stories I have ever read.

Great work by Mosi Secret ... 

This is one of the most well-written, convincing and meaningfully balanced journalistic stories I have ever read ("Dreams deferred," Aug. 2). What can we, the reading public, do to be part of the solution? What is the solution? I'd love to help.

Ian Bryan
Asheville

  • This is one of the most well-written, convincing and meaningfully balanced journalistic stories I have ever read.

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