To the Editors of The Crimson:
I would just like to tell you how much I appreciate your comprehensive reporting and editorials on the issues concerning the crisis in El Salvador. They are of great value considering the dearth of any reporting at all in the Big Press, and have the strength and courage to address the real problems in this new age of red-baiting.
Thank you very much for what you've done, and I hope you will continue to uncover the real news under all that garbage they keep throwing on top of it.
I am also speaking for many members of this department who share my concerns, both faculty and students, not to mention the rest of the staff. Betsy Levitas Department Secretary Department of Romance Languages and Literatures
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