Letters, May 26, 1941

MARGARET RISK TATUM University, La.

Sirs:

It may be just my mood this week, but it seems to me that TIME, April 28, is, in its National Affairs section at least, indicative of a definite editorial policy leaning toward the anti-convoy idea. . . .

Sirs:

Your treatment of the Lindbergh-New Deal unaccord was a fine job of middle-of-the-path reporting. . . .

Many of us do not agree with Lindbergh's reasoning but we do not doubt his sincerity. Any man that can, in the face of known opposition, repeatedly stick to his contentions may be wrong, but never insincere. . . .

Sirs:

Many wild orchids...

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