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Adoptions

Adoptions

Dear Editor,

There are two things clear in your admirable article on the case of the hazily authorized

adoptions [PPPost, Dec. 22 - Jan.4, 2001]: first, that this is yet another rock (what

isn't, hereabouts?) that needs turning over; second, that Senator Kerry was NOT involved.

In view of the second, your naming him in the front page story's headline as if he

were a salient factor in the affair was at best gratuitous and, at worst, attempted

sensationalism in the finest yellow-press tradition. Your readers expect, and until

now have got, better from you.

Rob Schwab

- Rob Schwab, Managing Director, Business Intelligence Consulting Group [BICG]

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