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Pitts showed fortitude

The Spokesman-Review

Just to let you know how much I enjoyed reading the contemplative article “Christians lack follow-through,” by Leonard Pitts Jr. (May 6). Truly outstanding in every respect! I am glad that there are still people in America who have the moral fortitude to speak out. Indeed, there are times to protest and to protest vigorously.

Having lived under various political systems – Weimar Republic (after World War I), totalitarianism (Hitlerism, Stalinism) and capitalistic “democracy” – I know to appreciate, in a very special way, the thoughts so well expressed in the above article by Mr. Pitts. Thank you for publishing it.

Wolfgang Paul

Chewelah, Wash.


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