Letters, Jul. 24, 1950

Shades of Dec. 7

Sir:

. . . [Some] politicians in Washington seem to think that the Korean campaign will be a trivial one, in which a few of our forces will get some combat experience for a month or two, and it will then be polished off.

Shades of Dec. 7, when we thought we'd lick the Japanese in six weeks! . . .

KEMP CATLETT CHRISTIAN

Chicago, Ill.

Watch Your Language, Comrade

Sir:

I wish to point out an additional reason for banning the word "Spasibo" in the Soviet Union [TIME, July 3]. Although used...

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