Letters, Oct. 3, 1938

Cohen & Corcoran

Sirs: For the less chemically-minded TIME readers, why not designate "Cohen & Corcoran"* (TIME, Sept. 12) as the "china-eggs" of the Administration, in that "they promote action without taking any part in it?" MRS. JAS. DEB. WALBOCH Hollins, Va.

Sirs:

The habit of uncritical adulation which began with the Frank Lloyd Wright piece [TIME. Jan. 17] seems to have gotten out of hand in your current blurb on Corcoran & Cohen. Please remember that what your customers expect from you is salt, with maybe a dash of vinegar: but...

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