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Jamaica Gleaner Letters
published: Thursday | July 14, 2005

LETTER OF THE DAY - Inequalities in education system
THE EDITOR, Sir: THERE HAS been much talk of the crime problem, the private sector, the government and those in the media constantly lament the state of things and how bad this problem has become.

An enemy in your mirror?
THE EDITOR, Sir: In most cases, how people see and understand things is heavily influenced by their own personal situation. Where do you stand on things, and how do you see yourself?


Capital punishment
THE EDITOR, Sir: YOUR WEEKLY polls on your website ask the question: "Will hanging cut the rate of murders?" Execution by hanging was the most popular legal and extra-legal form of putting criminals to death in Jamaica from its beginning.
















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