Letters, Aug. 19, 1940

Post-Mortem

Sirs:

TIME is to be complimented on its realistic treatment of the 1940 Roosevelt convention, a political farce constituting the greatest travesty on American democracy the U. S. has ever known. . . .

CURTIS S. MILLER

Minneapolis, Minn.

Sirs:

I wish to congratulate TIME for the superb restraint exercised by its editorial staff in reporting the most un-American activity of the year to date: the proceedings of the Democratic Convention in Chicago. I had not believed it possible that over a thousand Americans from all parts of the country, representing both labor and...

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