http://www.startribune.com/stories/1519/4008019.html A review of a Minneapolis museum's display of guns rankled some readers as well as the Star-Tribune's ombudsman, Lou Gelfand. The paper's art critic, Mary Abbe, wrote, "Behind the grandiose title -- 'Three Centuries of Tradition: The Renaissance of Custom Sporting Arms in America' -- lurks a gun show, pure and simple." She chastised the Minneapolis Institute of Art's show as "an endorsement of gun culture. That's both unnecessary and offensive." Some readers complained, and ombudsman . . .
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