You reflect my thoughts on the issue Jason. I too call for a
reinstatement of Aleong's efforts.
> I agree with others who have called for open-ness on the list. My feeling is that free speech ought to be the default position, and that objections to partisanship qua partisanship are invalid. After all the Week in Europe letter (which has long been a feature of this list) is partisan. Its author David Jessop is in favour of the free market, he advocates tourism as a panacea for Caribbean economic problems and he disapproves of the Chavez regime and developments towards socialism in Venezuela. Notwithstanding this bias I find Jessop's Letter extremely useful and am glad to receive it each week. I feel much the same about J. Chin Aleong's Letter from Trinidad. Can we have it back?
> Jason Toynbee