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Dear Governor, the N.Y. Times says you are wrong

In a correction that ran in today's paper, the N.Y. Times states that last week Gov. Charlie Crist attributed a quote to philosopher Edmund Burke, when in fact the quotation does not appear in his writings and its author is unknown. The expression Crist attributed to Burke was "All that is necessary for evil to prevail is for good people to do nothing." Crist made the statement in response to the Florida Legislature's decision to apologize for slavery.

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