Letters, Sep. 18, 1950

"In These Critical Times"

Sir:

Re your Aug. 28 article "Blood on Whose Hands?":

In these critical times . . . isn't it absurd that our Senators have time to call each other "blind, stupid," etc? . . .

If we are trying to influence other nations to turn to democracy, it seems to me that our Government is setting a poor example.

MRS. HAROLD MARTIN Waynesboro, Pa.

Sir:

As to whose hands the blood is on, it seems to me it's clearly on the hands of what Hanson Baldwin, the military commentator, calls the "busy-busy...

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