Letters, Jan. 1, 1951

Red Scourge

Sir:

What a horrible looking face on your Dec. 11 cover. The locusts presented a much more pleasant picture than Red China's Mao.

SOPHIE SEBONIA Chicago

Sir:

Communist Mao Tse-tung and the grasshoppers on your cover have much in common. Probably the greatest differences are the remedies for these scourges. Communism must be remedied eventually by the impact of Christianity, but in the meantime should be checked by every means possible.

J. A. MUNRO Fargo, N. Dak.

Sir:

I would like to take serious objection and express my deep disgust with the cover . . . To portray China and her many people as a swarm...

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