Letters, Aug. 5, 1940

Canadian Criticism


I would not like to think that you would take too seriously the statement of Conservative Leader Hanson. . . . I have read the article in question, as I have all your leading articles almost since your very first number, and there is nothing in it which need disturb one's equilibrium.

That this is the first issue of TIME which Mr. Hanson has read is truly his great misfortune. I read it from cover to cover, and sometimes 1) I agree with you, 2) I disagree, 3) you make me fighting...

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