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Letter: A Banner Cause, of Sorts

To the Editor:

It was so very sad to read Thomas Hall’s letter “A Good View Spoiled” (Oct. 15).

That a flagpole has been raised “like a white finger,” marring his previously unspoiled view of the New Hampshire and Vermont hills is unconscionable and outrageous. Where’s the justice?

And to receive no response from Dartmouth’s president regarding the travesty? Insult to injury.

The only thing left is to demand that it be painted green and never have a flag on it. Rally round the (not) flag, boys.

Richard Thayer

Enfield

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