Letters To The Editor
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To the editor:About two months ago, I marched on Washington with half a million women determined to resist our country's swing toward intolerance. People of all kinds and colors raised signs of humor and hope, power and defiance. And we honored it … more
To the editor:Kudos to the plow drivers and utility crews who worked so hard for so long Tuesday into Wednesday.Sandra Kenyon,Pittsfield more
To the editor:I have been meaning to write this letter for some time. I want to praise the people who plow our streets in Great Barrington. We have it good here.I spend a lot of time in Westchester County, New York. Though their drivers operate … more
To the editor:I grew up in a 'progressive' household. That generation that watched the Vietnam War and Civil Rights demonstrations on TV, listening to the music of Bob Dylan and John Lennon and hearing the speeches of Martin Luther King. At 16, in … more
To the editor:The American people are selling their country to the rich. The lawyer/politicians are going to make the people their slaves. The rich are getting more and more power over the peoples' lives.Trump wants to deregulate Wall Street, making … more
To the editor:I am a registered nurse at Berkshire Medical Center. I have worked at BMC for six years in all different areas of the hospital. I enjoy my profession and take pride in being able to help sick people get better and go back home. I take … more
To the editor:Here's a few things for Bill Donovan ("No argument made for scenic rail funds," op-ed, March 13) and others to think about.The global economy we had in 1950 is gone. GE is gone and so is Sprague. None of this is North Adams Mayor … more
To the editor:Are you as sick and tired as I am of Donald Trump sucking all the oxygen out of every room in your house, including your attic, cellar, and breezeway 24/7/365? Where to begin?Trump is approaching two months as president, preceded by … more
To the editor:Many thanks to Ruth Bass for her wonderful March 13 column "Cutting the cutters isn't the best way to finance a wall." I loved her reminiscent descriptions of a grandmother's bookshelf, and especially her youthful readings about the … more
To the editor:As I recall, there once was a time when immigrants were welcomed in our country. As a child on one particular hot summer morning, as I sat on the steps of our porch, I looked up to see a man walking up our sidewalk towards the house. … more
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