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Letter to the Editor


Ken Adams

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The Maine Campus

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Dear Wilde-Steiners, What is your problem anyway? Have you ever heard of learning from experience? The Wilde-Stein club survives very well in the UMO community. Due to a general atmosphere of indifference, you are able to meet and enjoy your rights with little interference from your fellow students. If you claim: "We just want the freedom to be able to live our lives the way we want," that. We at UMO have not stopped you from being able to achieve this in the past.


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