Letters, Nov. 20, 1950

Shrewd, Coolheaded, Determined

Sir:

Hats off to Ferdinand Eberstadt for his penetrating analysis of America's position in the world today [TIME, Oct. 30].

This is the most lucid and accurate commentary on our times that I have read . . . It is this realistic thinking on principle that can form the only basis for international policy and action for a freedom-loving country. Something our leadership has woefully lacked for a long time . . .

H. P. LANGWORTHY

New Orleans

Sir:

Mr. Eberstadt's suggestions for the attainment of world peace unnecessarily sacrifice the advantages...

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