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Assessing Dukakis, Bush and Jackson

May 28, 1988

I have come to see that Jesse Jackson's message is the most important one of all.

No other candidates is verbalizing the vision of what we need to do, both individually and as a nation, to reaffirm life instead of courting death.

It is a crime that people in America go homeless, hungry and live in hate. We have so much and yet the greedy (including our government) hoard the wealth. If we would only share the wealth of this great country, our future would be secure in peace.

Whether or not Jackson is elected President, we must listen to what he is saying, and incorporate his heartfelt peace message into our foreign and domestic policies. All our lives are at stake.

CAROL A. PRATT

San Rafael

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