Letters, Apr. 21, 1941

Impatience

Sirs:

Every drop of Irish blood in my veins makes me proud of Yugoslavia and Greece.

With damned little patience I am awaiting the day when Ireland and the United States begin to do their duty to themselves; when the Irish grant naval bases to England and when we realize that we must deliver the weapons to those who are fighting our battles. . . .

EDWARD CAFFERY New York City

Sirs:

It's an economic war and I don't see why it should concern us.

Furthermore, all the mayors in the country should order their police...

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