Letters: Dec. 9, 1985

Summit's Hopes

To the Editors: Whatever a person's political bent, I like to think there is an intangible value in two human beings' looking into each other's eyes, as Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev have done [NATION, Nov. 18]. Our political systems may differ, but the hopes and fears of the Soviet and American people do not. Richard L. Swenson Tacoma

I would rather have Reagan negotiating for us than any other President in memory. In addition to having a remarkably healthy psyche, the President is a moral man with surprisingly accurate instincts about what is good for this country. At...

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