Letters

151 ABA Journal Letters articles.

Letters From Our Readers: Race and character
Letters From Our Readers: Cover practice, not activism
A Message to Our Readers
Letters From Our Readers: Addressing a redress
Letters From Our Readers: Help for trafficking survivors
Letters From Our Readers: Rogue tenant control
Letters From Our Readers
The ABA Journal gets a new look and feel

We trimmed the frequency of publication from 12 to six issues per year. With the production savings, we were able to invest in higher-quality paper and a new size and format that give the written word, typography and art more prominence.

Letters from our readers
Letters: Mass incarceration debate
Letters: June 2019
Letters: The prison of mental illness
Letters: Immigrant rights
Letters: Attacks on the press
Letters: Much ado about diction

In Bryan A. Garner’s “How Do You Say It?” October, I don’t agree with a lot of the supposedly standard pronunciations. However, this “test” was particularly challenging for a person brought up in four countries who missed several years of grammar school teaching in English as the primary language and whose pronunciation was initially taught by English and Irish teachers in school and Midwestern U.S. parents at home. As a result, I really haven’t a clue. Particularly difficult is deciding which “syLabul” to emphasize.

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