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Combat

May 17, 1993

Some people are horrified at the thought of our daughters and mothers going into combat. They could be maimed, tortured, raped and killed. Why don't they have the same concerns about our sons and fathers? If our cherished women were at direct risk, maybe we'd think twice before jumping into war. Maybe we would be more creative in finding nonviolent solutions.

AL CHRISTENSEN

Huntington Beach

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