Letters: Jul. 19, 1999


It is a true rarity for a medium to muster the courage to examine closely a topic that so many others have chosen to sidestep [KOSOVO CRISIS, June 28]. Your report on the horrific discoveries in Kosovo showcased the atrocities with such impact that those who were still pondering the validity of U.S. involvement in the war can now intelligently answer their own questions. The haunting scenes of massacre victims remind us why the U.S. cannot--and will not--stand idly by while human beings are relentlessly slaughtered. KASEY COLE SWISHER Burley, Idaho

The awful truth is that the...

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