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Letters to the Editor
ISSUE | CITY SCHOOLS Quality must not await democratic control The Inquirer editorial on the elected school board debate was thoughtful, but missed a larger point ("Why not democracy?" Oct. 19). The argument against an elected school board for Philadelphia at this time is not an argument against democracy,
PARENTHOOD should be affordable in this country, but the cost of raising a child from birth to adulthood is now a quarter of a million dollars and projected to double by the time today's toddlers reach their teens. Will having kids soon be out of reach economically for many American families?