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To future generations,

This letter comes from May 2, 2019, and is written by an individual that is 16 years old. The individual who wishes to remain anonymous wants to ask of the future generations to please do their part in keeping Earth clean and healthy. I hope electric cars are the new normal and deforestation, pollution, and non-biodegradable material is made illegal. This letter also comes from an era where Trump is president. Please don’t let anyone like him come into power ever again. And please make sure that animals don’t go extinct at the rate that they do today.

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