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Limit published letters.

Dear editor,

I am not in favour of a moratorium. It is true that you have faithfully published many letters of varying opinions on these important subjects. However, the issues are of continuing importance and interest.

I suggest that as long as you continue to receive letters on these subjects, you should print two or so in each edition. You might then tell readers the total number of letters you have received on these and other subjects, so we can judge the relative interest.

Jean Gower

Kingston, Ont.

Editor's note: The Anglican Journal thanks its readers for the tremendous response to its proposal of a moratorium on letters about homosexuality and same-sex blessings. As we continued to receive letters at press time, we will announce a decision in the December issue of the Journal.
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Title Annotation:LETTERS
Author:Gower, Jean
Publication:Anglican Journal
Article Type:Letter to the editor
Date:Nov 1, 2007
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