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‘A collective sense of awe’ — readers recall Apollo 11

Readers share their memories on the 50th anniversary of the moon landing.

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Our elected officials — ‘occupants,’ in other words

Ayanna Pressley, “too, is a present occupant, in her case, of a room in the House Office Building.”

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John Kerry: Trump can’t hold a candle to Ayanna Pressley

Ayanna Pressley’s “story identifies as more ‘American’ than any mantle this president could ever claim.”

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Community’s demand for Union Square: development without displacement

“This imminent victory was the direct result of five years of visioning and organizing by a diverse, community-based coalition.”

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Top requirement of a child’s mentor: consistency

“You don’t need to be a superstar to be a big star in a child’s eyes. You just need to show genuine interest in them and their well-being.”

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Story of WWII vets is a balm for these times

“I cling to stories of what really has made our country great.”

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Jeers for Trump, a cheer for ‘the Squad’

Readers respond to Trump’s racist tweets about “the Squad.”

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US grapples with the lure of its borders

Readers were stirred to react to Charles Stein’s op-ed on the Democrats and immigration policy.

Trump’s latest tweets: Anything less than outrage is complicity

Readers decry what the president is doing to the state of political discourse.

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Much work to do to widen housing horizons in Mass.

Readers weigh in on making neighborhoods throughout Boston and the Commonwealth more affordable and diverse

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As we bask in World Cup glory, this is good time to revive Boston Breakers

“There’s a sports owner in this city who has a great need to rehabilitate his image, particularly with women.”

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Veterans of criminal justice system square off over Suffolk DA’s approach

A former prosecutor and judge and the board president of a social workers group offer opposing views on DA Rachael Rollins’s policy.

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From day one, a clear — and unfolding — view of her child’s gender identity

“As early as they could recognize the color pink — 16 or 17 months old — they refused to wear it.”

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Heads up! Scooters afoot

An editorial about Brookline’s pilot ride-share program has put focus on how scooters will share the roads — and sidewalks.

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Driven to succeed . . . in kindergarten?

Many Brookline teachers, parents, and, above all, kids have reached a breaking point over academic pressures of kindergarten.

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Chiofaro remains dedicated to ‘Blueway’ vision for waterfront

“We look forward to collaborating with the many stakeholders who care about our city and our harbor.”

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Hotel fees shouldn’t be tucked away in fine print

“You have to pay hotels’ resort fees even if you don’t want to use the services.”

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A teen gamer (and his dad) eye championship

A Sunday feature on a teen video gamer drew mixed reaction.

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Workers are already burned out — the last thing they need is high-tech monitoring

“Some large employers (we know who they are) are probably salivating over how to implement this system.”

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Weld deserves credit for standing up to Trump while others in GOP cower

“Running against a president who thrives only by dividing Americans and victimizing the weak in society is an honorable task.”

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Weighing the scales of Rollins’s justice policy

Readers weigh in on a front-page story that took a close look at how the Suffolk DA’s new policy is working so far.

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Shipping industry could take a tech cue from food

“The answer is already out there in the food industry, which has developed something called traceability.”

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Still unsettled, and divided, over busing

Readers had a wide range of reactions to Jeff Jacoby’s critique of court-ordered busing.

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One solution to our traffic woes

A Globe reader got an inspiration from a drive into the city.

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Doctor sees utter waste in Partners HealthCare’s rebranding effort

“I am appalled at the notion of spending $100 million to change a name.”