Letters: Election Issues, Georgia Drought, Sit-In Michele Norris and Robert Siegel read from listeners' e-mails, including responses to our coverage of Super Tuesday, our series on candidates' positions on four major issues, and the drought in Georgia. We also hear a reflection on our interview with a Greensboro student who protested a whites-only lunch counter in 1960.
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Letters: Election Issues, Georgia Drought, Sit-In

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Letters: Election Issues, Georgia Drought, Sit-In

Letters: Election Issues, Georgia Drought, Sit-In

Letters: Election Issues, Georgia Drought, Sit-In

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Michele Norris and Robert Siegel read from listeners' e-mails, including responses to our coverage of Super Tuesday, to our series that parsed the candidates' positions on four major issues, and to a story about the prolonged drought in Georgia.

One North Carolina native reflects on our interview with Franklin McCain, a Greensboro student who protested a whites-only Woolworth lunch counter in 1960, and there's also a correction: In Wednesday's report on the government's revamping a major diabetes study, a source was misidentified. James Dove is the president of the American College of Cardiology.