Letter: You say - Short points.Byline: F. L.
I AM appalled at the idea of Condoleezza Rice being welcomed on a visit to Liverpool Liverpool, city (1991 pop. 448,300), NW England, on the Mersey River near its mouth. It is one of Britain's largest cities. A large center for food processing (especially flour and sugar), Liverpool has a variety of industries, including the manufacture of electrical but even more appalled that she should be insenstive enough to visit Jack Straw's constituency of Blackburn -a town which has a large and thriving thrive
intr.v. thrived or throve , thrived or thriv·en , thriv·ing, thrives
1. To make steady progress; prosper.
2. Muslim population.
Rice represents a government that has, in some people's opinion, effectively declared war in Islam. Perhaps her visit to Blackburn could be construed as inflammatory.
Unless of course she is going to say that we should all live togther in harmony, tolerant of each other's views and forms of government -I don't think so, somehow.
F. L., Liverpool 12