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Your article "Whodunit, Doggone It?", about a genetics laboratory that analyzes animal DNA for use in criminal cases [Jan. 30], described an interesting branch of forensics. The report shed light on a new method of investigation. It is amazing how pets can assist us--relaxing us, helping us cope with stress or loneliness and now even providing evidence at a crime scene. The work done by veterinary genetics laboratories will, I hope, continue to aid in administering justice. NATHAN FREY St. Charles, Mo.
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The rights of women and their changing role in society have been a focus of TIME since the 1920s. More than 15 years ago, we even devoted an entire issue to the road ahead for women [Nov. 1, 1990]. In it we said, "Young women do not want to slip unnoticed into a man's world; they want that world to change and benefit from what women bring to it." Read more at timearchive.com/collections