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I'll leave it to others more intelligent than myself to slice and dice Mr. Adler's woefully cartoonish characterization of the six-year-long Lebanese border dispute between Israel and Hezbollah ["The Home Front," August 11], but I would like to point out that there is only one type of ideology that suggests (even in parentheticals) that it might be "possibly dangerous" to allow dissent during a time of war: totalitarianism. It seems to me Adler may have more in common with Hassan Nasrallah than he cares to admit.

Brian Cook

N. Milwaukee

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