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To the Editor:

In the early sixties, while a student in junior high school, I am sure that I heard all of the jokes that made fun of others. These jokes employed disgusting words; ugly labels for Poles, Mexicans, the disabled, women, gays, the elderly, etc. These terms and the jokes that accompanied them kindled my mother’s fury, which she manifested in profound disappointment. And so from her I learned to never use the words and to not retain the attitudes that accompanied them

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