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LETTERS

TDA's end of online commenting sad, tragic

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Ray Clarke Sr.

Saturday, September 21, 2019

It is always sad to hear of a passing but the Adams Publishing Group’s decision to end commenting on stories in The Daily Advance’s online edition is both sad and tragic.

Are the big wigs up there in their lofty corporate offices so thin-skinned that they just cannot handle opinions that may differ from theirs? What was their reasoning behind their decision?

I had the impression that newspapers welcomed many different views from its readership. It’s called “diversity.” It is truly a shame that there are those now in corporate leadership who are not allowing that liberty.

Ray Clarke Sr.

Elizabeth City

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