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February 7, 2017 GMT

Finding common ground

The United States is a nation bitterly divided (“Trump’s ban of refugees, travel from seven Muslim nations sparks chaos, protests,” Jan. 29).

But if you believe in a nation “with liberty and justice for all.” And if you believe, as John Adams said, that “facts are stubborn things.” And if you believe in what he wrote into the Massachusetts Constitution, “a government of laws and not of men.”

Then, you and I are on the same side, no matter how we voted.

— Daniel P. B. Smith, Norwood