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Comparing Shelia Dixon to Marion Barry is not a compliment

The funniest, and most disheartening, portion of your article "Dixon at work behind the scenes" (July 13) about Sheila Dixon and her "comeback" (be afraid...be very afraid) can be found in Lester Spence's comparison of Ms. Dixon with Marion Barry. I mean, he actually seemed to mean it as a compliment!

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