De Wind, Dorian; Hobson, Angela; Thompson, Dan; Castele, Tom; Cohen, Marshall J.; DeMasi, James M.; Kenosian, David; Stein, Peter W.; Muder, Doug; Moeser, Erik; Woitach, David T.; Said Tayeb Jawad; Gardner, Justine; Phillips, Jackie; Anderson, Julie; Fonck, Carlos; Roos, Laverne; Friedman, Shirley; Epstein, Mendel
January 2006
Newsweek;1/23/2006, Vol. 147 Issue 4, p15
Several letters to the editor in response to articles in previous issues including ¿Full Speed Ahead," "How Much Power Should They Have?", "A Harvest of Treachery," " 'My Boy' Had Become a Threat to Our Safety," by Jonathan Cooperman, and Anna Quindlen's column in the January 9, 2006 issue are presented.


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