In response to the new book review feature

Dear Mr. Dubose:

One finds change difficult, particularly with age. I am sure that I will adapt to the differences in the presentation of the material and the graphics. This has no real effect on the important material presented. However, I will miss the news presented on the back page. I always found those small clips very interesting. Perhaps a compromise is possible?

Sincerely yours,
Patricia I. Hayes

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