'P.O.V.'s' One-Sidedness

This is in response to Frazier Moore's column titled "A Few Points of View Very Well Taken" (TV Times, June 19). Mr. Frazier praises the PBS program "P.O.V." because, as he writes, "the hardy 'P.O.V.' persists in challenging each viewer to re-examine his or her own P.O.V.

Oh, really! I noticed that the only example given of criticism of "P.O.V." came from conservatives. If "P.O.V." challenges each viewer to rethink his or her attitudes, why are there no examples of vehement liberal criticism of "P.O.V."?

Thomas W. Graham, Bellflower

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