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The Crown of Civilization

Letters to the Editor We'll begin with Adele, who writes disapprovingly about last week's Triangulator graphic on abortion statistics: "I am an avid reader of INDY Week and appreciate

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Footwear Problems

Letters to the Editor In last week's paper, Thomas Goldsmith wrote about a joint meeting in which the Wake County Board of Education and Board of Commissioners tried to

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Tyranny and Skullduggery

Letters to the Editor Lots of feedback on several different topics to get through this week. So, without further ado, let's get at it. Responding to news that a

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Get a Life!

Letters to the Editor Let's start with reactions to our endorsements in last week, particularly for Chapel Hill Town Council. "I only agree with two of the CHTC endorsements,"

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Not a Lot of Nazi Statues in Berlin

Letters to the Editor Two weeks ago, we ran a letter from Christopher Ross bemoaning the cancellation of the NC Pride parade, which was scheduled for Yom Kippur

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Inked with Liberal Tears

Letters to the Editor Ihis week's Backtalk begins with Christopher Ross, who liked our Pride package but not so much this letters column. "Thank you for 'The Defiant Ones,'"

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John Burns Is Right: The President Is a White Supremacist.

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Wince and Repeat.

Peripheral Visions

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Missed the Boat

Letters to the Editor Last week, our theater critic, Byron Woods, gave a two-star review to The Cake, a PlayMakers production of Beka Brunstetter's new drama. "The Cake," Woods

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De-Districting

Peripheral Visions

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Blind Attack

Letters to the Editor We begin this week with Douglas Williams, who writes that the more he reads our August 30 feature about The Lakewood restaurant moving into the

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