To the Editor:

As a regular reader of Paul Nadler's column, I am well aware of the work he has done with credit union groups and appreciate his generous comments about the credit union people he has met at various conferences. It surprised me, then, to see him display in his Aug. 17 column ("It's Hard to Tell Banks from Credit Unions, Until You Do the Taxes," page 6) a fundamental misunderstanding of what makes credit unions different from banks.

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