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March 11, 2014 5:07 PM

M.L. Wood: Don’t let apathy trip up free speech in Modesto

Jeff Jardine’s column “Where did free speech activism go?” (Page A-1, March 9) was timely. One of the biggest threats to our way of life is the apathy of people. Local, state and federal governments are taking advantage of (and counting on) a lazy, uneducated, unaware, uncaring populace.

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