Letters, Aug. 26, 1940

Plank

Sirs:

"TIME does not favor U. S. entrance into the war . . . there are some circumstances in which the defense of the primary interests of the U. S. may require going to war" (TIME, July 22).

TIME keeps good company. Its foreign policy plank is just about as clear-cut as those of the G. O. P. and the Democratic Party, as nicely calculated to appeal to both interventionist and isolationist customers. I trust it didn't take as long to write.

DAN ROSS Clarksville, Tenn.

Sirs:

. . . Would the editor please...

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