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Un-American sentiment

Responding to the recent letter about the Middle Eastern dancers at the Relay for Life cancer benefit, without question our country was viciously attacked by certain despicable individuals from a foreign culture, the culture which these dancers depicted.

Regarding patriotism and the sacrifices some of us made to protect our credo of liberty and justice for all, we must understand that to condemn every last man, woman, child and every aspect of any culture is like saying the only good Indian is a dead Indian, and that sentiment is as un-American today as it was 150 years ago.

Lee Hudson

Nevada City

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