Letters, Jan. 16, 1933

Roosevelt's Legs

Sirs: Your justification of yourself for your taste less references to Mr. Roosevelt is goosefood. I would like to be recorded among your readers who "command otherwise."; JOHN W. FARQUHAR Easton, Pa. Sirs: Your explanation of the several references in TIME to Mr. Roosevelt's physical infirmities only makes a bad matter worse. There is no excuse for such writing. TIME, frankly, needs some lessons in good manners. It lacks the fundamental virtue of reverence. . DAVID P. GAINES Minister First Baptist Church Waterbury, Conn. Sirs: . . . Don't let TIME...

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