This is Day Four of the Sale-itary Confinement of letters to the editor about John Henry’s purchase of the Boston Globe. As the hardreading staff noted earlier, there wasn’t a single letter in the Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday editions of the stately local broadsheet that addressed what certainly can be viewed as a controversial and significant development for Globe readers.
Now comes today’s edition. Top half of Letters column:
Really, Globe editors? You mean to tell us that no one has written to you about the sale? And don’t give us any of that web eyewash. It’s the print edition that counts.
Crosstown, the Boston Herald has been uncharacteristically quiet in the letters department, with the feisty local tabloid going 0-for-this-week. Here are letters that beat out the Globe sale today:
Really, Herald editors? You mean to tell us that no one has written to you about the sale? And don’t give us any of that web eyewash. It’s the print edition that counts.
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