Letters, Sep. 28, 1959

The Visitor

Sir:

The Khrushchev visit to the U.S. is a monstrous affront on the part of the President to almost any horizontal or vertical cross section of American citizens. It is an insult to our intelligence to be asked to accept this visit for the fatuous reasons advanced. If this visit will lead to a peachy-dandy world peace, then I'd like a top job in the State Department.

CHARLES P. O'CONNELL Middletown, N.Y.

Sir:

Regardless of our low opinion of the dictator, his visit may be a very important part of our last civilized...

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