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Annapolis is a centuries-old hand at hosting momentous events: the formal end of the Revolutionary War; George Washington ceding military authority to civilian rule; Teddy Roosevelt greeting a French fleet that brought John Paul Jones' remains.

Then again, it doesn't take more than the October boat shows or a Navy football game to turn the city into a miserable parking lot.

So it was with both pride and a touch of nervousness that Maryland's capital reacted to news that the Naval Academy might be the site of a Mideast peace conference -- and the attendant media hordes -- in November.

"I think it's a natural fit," said Mayor Ellen O. Moyer. "Remember, we were once the capital of the United States."


How would you feel about Annapolis hosting such an international gathering? Would the attention brought to the city outweigh the inconvenience to its residents?

Tell us what you think at arundel.speakout@baltsun.com by Thursday. Please keep your responses short, and include your name, address and phone number. A selection will be printed next Sunday.

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