Letters, Aug. 14, 1944

The Sack of Wallace

Sirs: Liberals were disappointed over the absence of Wendell Willkie from the Republican Convention and shocked at the treatment accorded Henry Wallace by the Democrats [TIME, July 31]. Senator Truman may become Presidential material but the electorate, remembering the disaster that followed the election of another senator similarly selected, may refuse to vote for a Hannegan-Flynn-Kelly man for the peace period. MABEL WITHYCOMBE Portland, Ore.

Sirs: During the recent Democratic Convention, I and many members of my company listened to the radio broadcasts. From the cheers at the...

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