Letters: Oct. 6, 1997


"The princess was like a beautiful shooting star whose glow, brief though it was, warmed the hearts of young and old, rich and poor alike." EDGARDO J.T. TIRONA Manila

Diana's death has left people around the globe with a sense of personal bereavement [PRINCESS DIANA, 1961-1997, Sept. 15]. It is amazing that a person from the British royal family touched lives in countries from Australia to Zimbabwe. And it is amazing the way they came together and showed they were united in their grief. Can we not achieve the same unity on the issues for which Diana fought? KAVITA...

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