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Letter: Publishing a blank editorial page might attract readers

Letter: Publishing a blank editorial page might attract readers

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A marble wall in the lobby displays the Post-Dispatch Platform, written by Joseph Pulitzer. The platform also runs in print every day on the Opinion page. Photo by Beth O'Malley, bomalley@post-dispatch.com

Regarding the "When no news is bad news" (April 3) item in the Short takes editorial about a weekly newspaper running a blank page to protest the potential impact of the loss of local news: The Post-Dispatch might contemplate running its own blank page to tout what I think is its importance to the St. Louis area. I recommend using the blank page to replace the editorial page. I’m confident that any political conservatives still reading the Post-Dispatch would be delighted. 

Larry O’Neill • Kirkwood

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