Letters

Hispanic Jews, Leaving America for Spain

A reader says their decision to emigrate is what the haters want. Sandra Arazi-Coambs, left, studied Spanish with Mauricia Alarcón…

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The V.A. in the Vanguard of Medical Care

A former secretary of the department discusses its achievements. A veteran of the war in Afghanistan, who has vision problems…

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One Vote, My Vote

A reader rejects the idea of voting for the “less terrible” candidate. Billboards encouraging people to vote in the midterm…

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G.O.P.’s Formula for Success: An Appeal to Racism

“The G.O.P. has prospered by pandering to prejudice,” a reader says, and President Trump has simply taken it to “a…

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The School Bake Sale, Revisited

Readers cite an opportunity to educate children about nutrition, and women’s changed expectations for themselves in society today. CreditCreditKlara Nordin…

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The Massacre at a Thousand Oaks Bar

“We can’t keep waking up to these type of stories,” one reader says. A reader in London wonders if foreigners…

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A Better Way to Vote? Just Look to Canada

A Canadian says she is “dumbfounded” by how elections are conducted in America. An American wonders why the efficiency of…

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In Yemen, Many Die, Including This Girl

Oxfam America calls on the United States to end its support for the Saudi coalition, and readers react to the…

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Election Day Stories: Voters Reflect

One reader writes about getting emotional as he entered the voting booth, while another touts his state’s voting by mail….

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Our Mental Health at Risk

A reader says the president’s speech adversely affects the psyche of Americans. CreditCreditBen Jones To the Editor: Dr. Richard A….

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