Letters, Apr. 6, 1959

Below the Summit

Sir:

Iraq is more important than ten Berlins, but the U.S. continues to study Berlin and act as if Khrushchev's "deadline" is something like a bureaucrat's lunch hour and must be taken seriously. Berlin is the deliberate decoy set up by the Communists to distract the U.S. from Iraq. Wait and see.

HARI DHARANA Hollywood

Sir:

Can we have less playing like puppets on the part of our press? The American people are not afraid. Let our editors and press absorb some of that courage.

SCOTT W. RYALL Bakersfield, Calif.

Sir:

From this side of the Atlantic, America appears as an overendowed, immature young nation ruled...

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