Letters, Aug. 22, 1955

Death of a Statesman

Sir:

No article written by the uninspired hand of a man could be more faithful to fact and truth than your Aug. 1 review of Cordell Hull's life. When I was a lad, the Hull family were neighbors. I knew them well. Your picture of Billy Hull is true to life . . . Likewise, the word picture of the career of Cordell Hull does not depart from fact and truth. It reveals the heart and mind of him —America's most respected statesman of modern times.

M. O. GOODPASTURE

Memphis, Texas...

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