The Common Good
March 2007

Spelling Errers

by Robert A. Mitchell | March 2007

In your January 2007 issue p.10 photo caption, your editors shoot a barb at the protesters for their sign misspelling the legal term "habeas corpus." Four pages later, in a sideline to ...

In your January 2007 issue p.10 photo caption, your editors shoot a barb at the protesters for their sign misspelling the legal term "habeas corpus." Four pages later, in a sideline to the article on "Family Matters," the editors themselves are guilty of an even more egregious misspelling of the very common word "strengthen."

"Let the one who is without sin...," etc.

Robert A. Mitchell
Anchorage, Alaska

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