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Dear Mr. Rodricks: Write more about trees | READER COMMENTARY

American elm trees, like this one in Baltimore, were once common in cities and towns, but millions of them were ravaged by disease. They are now rare.
American elm trees, like this one in Baltimore, were once common in cities and towns, but millions of them were ravaged by disease. They are now rare. (Baltimore Sun staff)

I thoroughly enjoyed Dan Rodricks’ commentary, “A mighty survivor: A rare American elm tree discovered close to home in Baltimore” (Aug. 27). My advice to him would be to continue with nature subjects.

Although I am a faithful follower of Mr. Rodricks’ column, he does much better with nature than politics or social matters.

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Tom Boyle, Churchville

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