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.


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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