Letters: Nov. 9, 1925

Herewith are excerpts from letters come to the desks of the editors during the past week. They are selected primarily for the information they contain either supplementary to, or corrective of, news previously published in TIME.



The press may breed content or contempt. At times your special brand seems to approach the latter.

The proof: Your Oct. 12 issue, FOREIGN NEWS, Moroccan affairs.

Why refer to all Madrid papers as "sheet-lets ?" Why produce the impression that a Madrid crowd can be but a gathering of "shirtless...

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