I have just read with interest your account of the "Brotherly Greed" of Senators Reynolds, McKellar and Chandler (TIME, Aug. 28), who happily propose that the U.S. take permanent possession of Bermuda, Trinidad, Jamaica, the Bahamas and other British territory (not to mention numerous possessions of France, Holland, Russia, Mexico, Ecuador etc.).
Why have these gentlemen not included Canada, Australia and New Zealand in their modest requests? . . .
MARGARET H. FOWKES
In spite of your sneering references to the "cardboard" statesmen, Senators McKellar and Reynolds, the idea of accepting certain islands in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans in part payment of...