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    Helping Adolescents Become Mature Adults

    Regarding Sen. Ben Sasse’s views on child rearing: Prolonged childhood among today’s 20-to-30-year-olds isn’t the result of bad parenting. It’s the result of our parents’ bad #adulting and our desire not to follow in their footsteps.

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    America Need Not Worry About South Korea

    Regarding “A Korean Election Nail-Biter”: Pressuring North Korea to give up its nuclear and missile programs is one of President Moon Jae-in’s top priorities. He made it clear during his campaign that the Korea-U.S. alliance will continue to be the main pillar of his administration’s foreign policy.

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    Battle Over the Worth of an M.B.A. Continues

    The international-student applicant pool for U.S. business graduate schools remains enormous and is the envy of higher-education programs around the world.

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    Peary the Explorer Is No Hero to the Greenland Inuit

    Explorer Robert Peary caused a huge loss to the Inuit of Greenland when he took three meteorites which were the only source of metal for them.

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    ‘Pre-Existing’ Means More Than You Think

    Regarding your editorial “Pre-Existing Confusion”: Have a child with a food allergy or asthma? Had a small polyp removed at a colonoscopy? That knee you injured 10 years ago is acting up a bit? Any of these could be reasons for denial of coverage for that specific issue for the first year of a new policy, or longer.

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    McCaffrey Wielded Smart Power Effectively

    Regarding “Colombia is a ‘Smart Power’ Success Story”: Barry McCaffrey, the national drug czar under President Clinton, helped reduce Colombian cocaine and heroin cultivation and production and undercut the FARC’s national economic and political strength.

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    Yale Needs Trustees With a Long-Term View

    Regarding Lauren Noble and Richard West’s “Repeal Yale’s Trustee Gag Rule”: Free speech is not an issue in this process. The goal of the election process is to yield the best possible board to govern Yale.

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    Snowflakes Crash the Board

    OMG, there are snowflakes in the board room.

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