Letters, Apr. 20, 1942

Farmers' Good Thing

Sirs:

TIME, the poor fish, is wet to the gills, when it says: "In short, labor has a good thing in the war, a better thing than any other large group except possibly the farmers, a good thing that looks bad compared to the sacrifices made by men in the armed forces" [TIME, March 30].

GARLAND HAYES

Hartwell, Ga.

Sirs:

Please help me explain the following TIME statement to a group of wheat belt high-school students: "In short, labor has a good thing in the war, a better thing than any other large group except possibly the farmers.

Louis A. COPPOC

Belpre Public Schools Belpre,...

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