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Behind Closed Doors

August 09, 1987

You ought to include "The Neighbors" (by Lucretia Bingham, July 12) as a regular feature. Not only was it thoroughly enjoyable reading, but "the neighborhood" is at the heart of our American society. Children seem to instinctively seek out their peers in their neighborhood, but too often adults prefer to remain in anonymity, coming together only in times of crises.

We think of our neighbors in terms of the style in which they keep their premises, their cars or their hobbies that encroach on the public view. This feature story could go a long way toward giving us a better understanding of, and hopefully a greater love of, our fellow man--starting with those close to home.

Dagman King

Rancho Palos Verdes

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