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Continued: Readers Write: (July 20): Race relations, unpaid internships

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College students, no matter their background, benefit greatly from internships, paid or unpaid. Quite frankly, if the workplace didn’t demand competence, motivation and experience, students would not go after it.

Sharon E. Carlson, Andover

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Brunkhorst’s commentary was exceptional. In a nutshell, she presents two approaches to resolving an issue. One is to paint all potential solutions black or white (win/lose). The second approach is to omit the paint and view all potential solutions as appropriate within reason (all/and). An excellent column that was easy to read and understand. Thanks.

Erwin Kainer, Northfield, Minn.

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