Letters, Sep. 1, 1952

Prayers & Polls


Nothing has aroused me quite as much as Eamon McDonough's letter in TIME, Aug. 18, to the effect that with a choice between "Uriah Heep" Stevenson and "Tin Soldier" Ike, he will stay away from the polls on election day and pray for the future of the country . . . Mr. McDonough should go to church, as he suggests, and pray for himself or else go behind the Iron Curtain where he could have only one choice . . .


Brooklyn, N.Y.


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