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April 25, 1993

Mr. Larry Fancher ("Drug-Sniffing Dogs, Hot Lines on School Campuses in County," Letters, April 11) believes there should be no wholesale application of constitutional rights in schools.

These rights are not cheap bulk goods (wholesale) but have been paid for dearly in the past 200 years, often in blood. This price has been paid so that these rights will continue to apply in all places and to all people, even students in public schools.

I am glad he is a former high school principal if his grasp of the founding principles of our country is so poor.

LEE AYDELOTTE

Huntington Beach

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