Letters, Nov. 17, 1952

Trade Key to Peace


Congratulations to Parker's Parker and Pan Am's Juan Trippe [TIME, Oct. 27]. Mr. Parker made the statement of the century concerning tariff elimination: "We'll take our chances on U.S. production and merchandising savvy any time against all comers . ." Protective tariffs today heighten the cost of living for the consumer. They cheat the producer of the advantage and necessity of meeting competition in foreign markets . . . Mr. Trippe's decision to keep abreast of the times by purchasing $6,300,000 worth of jet liners from Britain's De...

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