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In his article "Editorials Without the Fuss" [Hot Type, June 7], Michael Miner concludes with a sample editorial about the means to achieving peace "and the courage to try to see the world through the enemy's eyes."

How would Mr. Miner respond to an editorial using the same concepts if it pertained to a KKK attack on a church or James C. Kopp, accused of killing an abortion doctor?

Milton Esbitt

Lincoln Park

PS: Studs writes very well [Letters, June 7], but does he have "Esq." envy?

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