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As long as there is a question of whether Zygi Wilf will honor his financial commitment to the new stadium, why not draw up an agreement in which he pledges his share of the Vikings as collateral should he default? (“Wilfs are on notice: Keep Minnesota dealings clean,” Aug. 13.) Vikings stock could then be sold to the public, and we would become another Green Bay. If he refuses, then we know we have a problem and can tell him the whole deal is off.
TOM RYAN, Excelsior
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