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March 25, 1990 | DIANNE KLEIN
Imagine writing a letter of complaint to the telephone company and by way of an answer, your phone service is cut off. Or think of this scenario: You let the CEO of your favorite airline know that on your last trip, the service was slow and the food particularly bad. He responds by banning you and your family from any future trips on his planes. This sounds ridiculous, crass, akin to cutting off your nose to spite your face.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 25, 1990 | DIANNE KLEIN
Imagine writing a letter of complaint to the telephone company and by way of an answer, your phone service is cut off. Or think of this scenario: You let the CEO of your favorite airline know that on your last trip, the service was slow and the food particularly bad. He responds by banning you and your family from any future trips on his planes. This sounds ridiculous, crass, akin to cutting off your nose to spite your face.
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April 1, 1990
I was distressed to read Dianne Klein's column (March 25). I have two children enrolled at the Roston Montessori Schoolhouse in San Juan Capistrano, the oldest having been there over six years. I am a responsible parent who also wants the best environment for my children. Both are enrolled at the Roston Montessori Schoolhouse because I know that they are receiving the best education my money can buy, and I repeat the word buy. When my children are in the classroom, I know that professional educators are instructing them, and that the instructor's attention is not being drawn away from the children to parent helpers, who are not qualified to be in the classroom.
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