Letters, May 9, 1938

'Don't Look Now"

Sirs:

'. . . the President stood bareheaded . . . to watch a parade of 12,000 persons, including a fleet of small tanks" [TIME, April 18].

Don't look now, but your participle is dangling. Or could it have been that the balance of the 12,000 persons were big tanks?

BERNARD DEEGAN Hopemont, W. Va.

Liberals

Sirs:

Witter Bynner says that a liberal is marked by

a graceful siding with the underdog,

Although he may not know which dog is under— but TIME seems about as confused as to what makes a liberal as liberals...

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