Letters: Mar. 31, 1930

Sputtering Patriots

Sirs:

You may be interested to receive a report of the accomplishment of your periodical in the West Indies and Panama.

"Pan American rights v. North American satrapy," so debates Latin American youth, readers of TIME.

Chafing at kindly paternalism that replies "the U. S. has your interest at heart" and supplies clean streets, excellent hospitals, clinics and roads, Central and South American patriots sputter ominous objections to the "Anglo-Saxon" regime.

Panamian TIME fans read Karl Marx (El Capital), The Life of Lenin, Emerson, Wisest American, Chekhov, Dostoevski, Keyserling, James Joyce. Best...

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