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See, then critique

Dear Mr. Ackerman, I urge you to see “Fahrenheit 9/11” and experience for yourself why this film is selling out across our nation and making cinematic history. If you find that it is filled with lies and half-truths, then isn’t it your duty as a journalist to expose and refute them one by one? You cannot critique what you haven’t seen. Experience it for yourself and then write us your opinion.

Deborah Gutierrez

Nevada City

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