Letters: Jun. 19, 2006

The Dixie Chicks Hit Back

When the Dixie Chicks took their politics with them onto a London stage in 2003, the Texas trio violated an unwritten code of country music. Our coverage of their comeback brought boos from fans who feel they've been betrayed and applause from a newfound audience ardent in its support of free speech

Thank you for your story "In the Line of Fire" [May 29], on how the Dixie Chicks are sticking by their political principles. In a day and age when too many people do the easy thing rather than the right thing, I am glad...

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