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Letter: Let history stand

Editor, Gazette-Journal:

I would like to thank Mr. Woerner for his thoughtful and perceptive letter to the editor (“Jefferson hornets’ nest,” Nov. 12 Readers Write), although I was somewhat surprised by his admission that he actually agreed with me on one occasion.

His perceptive recognition of the difference of our outlook, he describes it as living on different planets, was interesting as the planet that I live on is fraught with the complexities of modern life. Those complexities that involve current events in our country and society.

The current economic morass of currency creation via debt has about run its course with a severe recession. With a virus threatening another lockdown amidst government regime uncertainty, coupled with the possibility of a fiat finance devaluation in the not-too-distant future, I find that Mr. Woerner’s focus on defunct institutions such as slavery while criticizing a founder of our nation is a terrible waste of time and intellectual ability.

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