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Ulster's troubles silenced

The photograph's caption accompanying the article, ``A Calm Before the Peace,'' Nov. 23, refers to the silence of ``both Protestant and British guns'' as enabling the British government to include Sinn Fein in talks on Ulster's future. It would be more accurate to say that it is the silence of Protestant and Republican guns that has created a peaceful solution in Ulster. Alistair Budd, Rolle, Switzerland

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