Letters to the Editor

March 25, 2012 12:00 AM

Letters to the editor on common good, GOP ‘circus,’ wind tax credit, smoking ban, government debt, death penalty, Derby bond

Years ago, but not that many years ago, Americans believed that we were “all in this together.” We had a sense of social contract that led us to see that we needed stability, which included solid families, good schools, employment, health care and civil discourse. We thought we were a “melting pot” of different races, religions and cultures, and we were proud of that.

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