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Letter: Recent letter to the editor deserves widespread distribution

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Every now and then a letter to the editor is so well written and informative it should have widespread distribution. In the Feb. 14th Valentine's Day Forum, there is a letter at the bottom of the opinion page that in essence describes how, in this country, socialism gets along very well with capitalism and goes on to show in few words how they interact for the benefit of all.

I read the Burger King copy of The Forum so I don't know the author, but I'm going to buy my own copy to make sure I have it to remind me how his words showed the way to talk with reason to those who decry socialism as opposed to capitalism when, in fact, they work well together for the common good.

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