I know this is a distressing time for newspapers and their need to shave costs. However, some decisions made also shave readers. I'm afraid that the Journal is heading in that direction.
The last edition is a case in point as more than half was mostly unreadable because of the tiny print, as well as a shrinking of the ads, a primary revenue source for you. Attached are five clippings from newspapers and magazines. You can see quite clearly the Journal has the smallest print.
People responsible for convincing you to downsize everything also probably believe that the eyesight improves as the population ages. Seems to me that a class on demography and/or a pink slip are in order for this potentially disastrous decision.
Bruce Haston, Trinidad
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