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Jamaica Gleaner Letters
published: Tuesday | December 2, 2003

Double standards in resort sector?
THE EDITOR, Sir: HAVING JUST returned from a week's vacation on the North Coast, I am still appalled at the manner in which visitors with dark skins are treated as opposed to our Caucasian guests.

Isn't this hypocritical?
THE EDITOR, Sir: I REALISE that the views of those of us overseas make little or no impact on the body politic there in Jamaica, hence no vote for us.


Low-tech needs also important
THE EDITOR, Sir: AMERICAN EDUCATOR Dr. Thelma Thompson has called for the inclusion of social and religious values, as well as a character-building component in Jamaica's education system, as a prerequisite for the effective working of democracy.


Thank you, teachers
THE EDITOR, Sir: I WANT to thank the teachers at Maggotty High School.


Unjust and unfair
THE EDITOR, Sir: I WAS shocked and dismayed at the recent revelation of some teachers being overpaid, some up to half-a-million dollars since 1995...


More decency and decorum
THE EDITOR, Sir: IT WAS with extreme disgust that I read your report of Mr. James Robertson's reaction to his victory over Miss Olivia 'Babsy' Grange during the recent JLP conference.















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