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To the editors: Your article about disturbed Bel-Air residents verbal abuse of the young food truck entrepreneur Jennifer Ramirez reminds us that people with a little money and social position always regard hard-working people with less money as somehow disposable items.

It also evokes the indelible scene that Charles Dickens painted in "A Tale of Two Cities" when the coach of an aristocrat abandons a farmer's child and the only concern of the disconnected person in that coach is whether his horses have been injured in the accident.

But Newton's Third Movement Law is always applicable, both in politics and ethics and in physics. For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction; this was recreated in the 18th century in France with vengeance by Dickens. It also applies here and now to the common brutality of those who consider themselves the aristocrats of Los Angeles.

Leigh Clark, Granada Hills

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To the editors: Ramirez has more class than the rich cad who scolded her because she did what was necessary to earn a living, as well as the cad in the black Rolls-Royce who yelled at her. She must be congratulated on her investment to earn a living and do the difficult work of negotiating in the narrow streets of Bel-Air to provide the workers in that area with food.

In addition to her difficult day job, she is studying to start a career that can improve her life in the future. Congratulations to Ramirez; there should be many more like her.

Those in the rich enclaves of Bel-Air, Brentwood and Holmby Hills could not survive without construction workers and people like Ramirez, and they should give these people the respect they deserve.

Joann Duray, Playa del Rey

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