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February 3, 2013 at 7:00 AM

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Women shouldn't be sent into combat

Parker provides good justification

In her column on Jan. 28, Kathleen Parker explained, much more cogently than I could have, her reasons why sending women into combat is a bad idea [“Don’t send women into combat,” Opinion].

I couldn’t agree more that it makes no sense when women have half the upper-body strength of men. Plus the fact that women could well face rape if they should be captured.

--Emily Bone, Renton


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