Letters, Jan. 26, 1953

Of Flies & Men in China (Cont'd)


Henry Willcox, in your Letters column of Jan 5, writes on his return to America from the Communist Peace Conference in Peking, Red China that that country "has eliminated inflation, famine, floods and flies " He says all American citizens should be encouraged to witness these phenomena.

In this benighted country of ours, where we still have inflation, floods and flies, if not famine, the question arises as to why Mr. Willcox did not stay in Red China where everything is so lovely? Could it be that...

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