Letters, Sep. 18, 1939

Baldwin-Anderson

Sirs: You quote Earl Baldwin of Bewdley as saying in two long paragraphs and 175 words (TIME, Aug. 28—Education) what Maxwell Anderson made Washington say better in the play about Valley Forge in 15 words: "This liberty will look easy by and by—when nobody dies to get it." JOHN J. LIPSEY Colorado Springs, Colo.

The better it is said (TIME, Dec. 10, 1934), the truer it is.—ED.

After a Famous Victory

Sirs: Mention of Robert Southey's The Battle of Blenheim in your geograpnic Background of War brings to mind 141-year-old lines that are...

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