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What happens after Egypt's coup is none of our business

I have just one question for the writer of the editorial about Egypt's military coup ("Egypt's revolution, Part II," July 4): Why is it any of our business what the generals or the public in Egypt do next?

Holding generals to promises there is what gets us hated around the world for interfering in other countries' affairs. That's the purpose of the UN, not the U.S.A.

F. Cordell, Lutherville

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