Letters, May 22, 1950

Voice of America

Sir:

We Americans present ourselves and our way of life to other peoples . . . through the press, the movies, the radio, EGA, world trade, and as tourists . . . The more conscious we are of this, the more careful we are likely to be to see that these contacts are friendly, honest and helpful. You have earned the thanks of many by giving a sampling of what one important contact, the Voice of America [TIME, May 1], is telling the world, and of the world's reaction. It is a...

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