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Letters: Not what the founders intended

When I was growing up in Santa Ana during the 1950s, my dad owned a small business. One of our best family friends was an elected county official. When I was 10 or 11, I noticed that our friends’ house wasn’t as nice as ours, that they had one car while we had two, and […]
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