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Regarding Roy Eidelson’s Oct. 15 Outlook essay, “Psychology is finally coming to grips with enabling torture”: Psychology benefits society and improves people’s lives. It is critical to distinguish be...

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The Oct. 19 Metro article “Court: Md. memorial violates Constitution” reported that a “federal appeals court . . . declared unconstitutional a towering cross-shaped monument that has marked a majo...

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The Oct. 11 news article “Trump scores win in culture war as NFL asks players to stand for anthem” and George F. Will’s Oct. 15 op-ed, “The sinister agendas of some Trump backers” described Vice Pre...

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I greatly enjoyed the Oct. 9 Style article “The life of the party, with calculated cool,” about a Renoir exhibit at the Phillips Collection built around “Luncheon of the Boating Party,” one of my al...

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I again have encountered one of my grammatical pet peeves in a Post article. In this case, in the Oct. 13 front-page article “ Exhausted crews battle a ‘once-in-a-career fire,’ ” about the trag...

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It’s unfathomable that “The hidden figures of WWII code-breaking,” Elaine Showalter’s Oct. 8 Book World review of Liza Mundy’s book “Code Girls,” only once mentioned Ann Caracristi by name, a...

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The birds depicted in the Oct. 14 Economy & Business photograph “Darkening skies” are pigeons, not sea gulls. The error in the caption, while amusing, is of little significance compared to the grie...

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Regarding Christine Emba’s Oct. 14 op-ed, “One Weird Trick? Not for harassment.”: Perhaps the reason that sexual harassment and assault aren’t taken as seriously as Emba thinks they should be is t...

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I was stunned by the Oct. 12 front-page photograph by the Associated Press’s Ramon Espinosa of residents of the San Lorenzo neighborhood of Morovis, Puerto Rico, carrying supplies that had been del...

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I am irritated that The Post has eliminated the “Going Out Guide” from the Thursday Local Living section. I don’t need to see pages of home-decorating ideas or home sales. I don’t know what activiti...

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I enjoyed the Oct. 12 Economy & Business article “2017 marks the rise of the all-electric vehicle.” It seemed odd, though, that there was no mention of the Chevrolet Bolt. The Bolt, which is simila...

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I have fond memories of biking and picnicking near Peirce Mill in Rock Creek Park as a child, so I enjoyed reading the Oct. 8 Washington Post Magazine Street Smart article “In Rock C...

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Regarding the Oct. 12 front-page article “Charity privately paid Roy Moore”: The charity in question, Foundation for Moral Law, didn’t pay former Alabama chief justice Roy Moore “privately”; it...

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The Oct. 8 front-page article “President, with tweet, dives into Virginia race” covered President Trump’s endorsement of Republican Ed Gillespie in the Virginia governor’s race in a tweet that f...

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In her Oct. 17 op-ed, “A tax plan that really helps the middle class,” Catherine Rampell wondered what a tax plan that actually prioritized the middle class and addressed the earned-income tax credit...

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The Oct. 16 Metro article “Assaults on staff spike at largest state psychiatric hospital” reported on the culminating result of years of neglecting the most seriously mentally ill, those with neur...

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Regarding the Oct. 17 front-page article “ ‘Impenetrable’? Mexicans doubt it ”: The best solution to drug smuggling from Mexico lies in a previous successful solution. In the 1960s and 1970s, drug s...

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In his Oct. 18 Washington Sketch column, “ Trump cooks up a soufflé of dysfunction,” Dana Milbank likened Mr. Trump to a chef who “clearly has no idea how to cook, and all he seems to do is yell . . ....

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Regarding the Oct. 17 Metro article “Civil War divisions reignited ”: The argument that Jefferson County Confederate soldiers did not own slaves (true) and therefore were not fighting for slavery...

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At first blush, it is easy to assume that decriminalizing prostitution will embolden sex traffickers and increase victimization. People such as Tina Frundt and Nicholas Kristof assert as much. H...

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