Letters: Apr. 30, 1928

"Poke in the Nose"


. . . Your excellent paper has been coming to my home for three years and my aunt and I have always enjoyed reading it. ... BUT—why in heaven's name did you print such an unpatriotic letter as that of Sidney Henderson of Chicago in regard to our excellent President's flight with Lindbergh? (TIME, April 9). In the first place, the letter was decidedly of a sarcastic tone; in the next place he dares to imply that Coolidge is lacking in moral courage and sportsmanship. I'd like to be...

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