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Globe readers weigh the price of achievement at elite and not-so-elite colleges

Letter writers weigh in on recent stories about college admissions.

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Embrace of nuclear power ignores its downside: Dangers and disruptive shutdowns

Even with federal supports and ratepayer subsidies, nuclear can’t come close to competing with wind and solar.

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Trump tweets build the case for an unhinged presidency

President’s indecent treatment of the late Senator John McCain confirms he spends too much time stoking divisions and fear.

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Political upheaval real risk of climate change

Sure, let’s build seawalls but don’t let them become a memorial to a civilization bent on its own destruction.

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Internet not to blame for hate

Technology should help us locate and find treatment for those inclined toward hatred and violence before they can strike.

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How about a test for voting?

“[All] voters should have to pass the test that naturalized citizens have to take.” — Steve Moynihan

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Zoning changes don’t guarantee more affordable housing

“[A] recent study . . . found that after five years of density zoning near transportation centers in Chicago, there was no increase in housing production, only land speculation.” — Jo Anne Preston

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No union ‘loophole’ in campaign fund law

“The Globe’s prescription . . . [eliminates] one of the only remaining avenues for poor and working people to make their voice heard in politics: through unions and community organizations.”

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AG Maura Healey defends Mount Ida decision

Bringing a claim against a defunct school would waste taxpayer dollars but reform of the system is long overdue.

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College coaches too powerful

What ever happened to the notion that schools should be about educating kids not training athletes?

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US Attorney should focus on real tragedies

Illegal guns, drugs, human sex trafficking should get more of law enforcement’s attention than college admission scandals.

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Fairness should count in election system

With foreign manipulation a factor in presidential contests, it makes sense to alot electoral votes within states by percentage won.

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Where are those centrist Democrats?

Can our kids saddled with the national debt and “The Silent Majority” please speak up before the 2020 election.

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Teens simply not ready for the vote

It truly is adult cares about work and family that prepared people to deserve the vote. Passion just isn’t enough.

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Pharmacists can help in fighting addiction

Rhode Island pilot project should provide a national model for helping to stem the opioid crisis using the corner pharmacy.

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Elizabeth Warren’s old wine in new tech bottles

Senator’s plan to break up big tech companies an idea as old as the break up of Standard Oil and Ma Bell.

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Med school bullying takes a new form

Today’s doctors face the twin stresses of dealing with computer screens and making money when they just want to heal patients.

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Training for docs not getting easier

Cap on hours doesn’t begin to address the stress level for medical students and residents under constant pressure from higher ups.

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In addiction recovery, the priority is survival

“Helping patients to survive is the most urgent priority.”

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We row boats, not ‘crew’

“As both a former rower and former journalist, I implore the Globe to cease referring to rowers in any future coverage of the sport . . . as people who ‘row crew.’ ”

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How did sports become a dominating feature of higher ed?

“Throughout my career, I’ve been perplexed at the anomaly among nations of American higher education’s tight weld to team sports.”

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The role of faith in treating addiction

“All the clients I have worked with seek help beyond a pill.”

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‘Left’ and ‘moderate’ don’t describe anything

“Scot Lehigh’s column on two Democratic representatives that he considers “leftist” was a perfect demonstration of why so much political discourse in the United States today is so unproductive.”

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‘Old Enough To Know Better’

Readers weigh in on Linda Rodriguez McRobbie’s “Old Enough To Know Better” (Ideas, March 10).

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Talking about teen voting

Globe readers had a thing or two to say about a column critical of proposals to lower the voting age to 16.