Letters: Aug. 9, 2004

The Democratic Contenders

The selection of John Edwards as his running mate is the first truly significant step by John Kerry in his uninspired run for the presidency. DAVID BAGNARD Garden Valley, Idaho

By choosing North Carolina Senator John Edwards as his vice-presidential candidate, John Kerry has shown he has the sharp judgment needed to be our President [July 19]. Kerry's military experience combined with Edwards' background as a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee and the joint House and Senate committee investigating 9/11 is just the right mix we need to protect our land, our people and our future. Kerry...

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