Letters, Sep. 15, 1947

The Man from Minnesota

Sir:

Having read your article on Harold Stassen [TIME, Aug. 25], the writer conducted a one-man poll on the 1948 election. The result —one Republican vote if Stassen is nominated—otherwise a vote reluctantly cast for Harry Truman. PAUL SABINE Tucson, Ariz.

Sir:

CONGRATULATIONS ON ACCURATE REPORTING OF ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF HAROLD E. STASSEN. . . . [HE] PULLED MINNESOTA OUT OF A MESS SIMILAR TO THE ONE IN WHICH THE UNITED STATES FINDS ITSELF TODAY. HE CAN DO THE JOB NATIONALLY AS HE DID IN MINNESOTA. . . .

A. HERBERT NELSON Minneapolis

Sir:

. . . This man Stassen has the brains,...

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