Letters, Apr. 1, 1946

Complacent Talk

Sirs:

Is there anyone in this world who really wants another war—who truthfully believes that an atomic war could be won satisfactorily by one nation or a group of nations? Then why are we complacently talking about the next war as a foregone conclusion? . . .

(PFC.) ROBERT W. POINDEXTER

U.S.M.C.

c/o Fleet Post Office

San Francisco

Limperary Criticism

Sirs:

Now I never said that the Albino limerick [TIME, March 4] is or ever was my favorite. I only said that it is a better limerick than the Pelican—which isn't saying much. I...

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