Letters, Jan. 11, 1954

The Color of Justice

Sir:

Please accept my thanks for presenting such a concise and effective article on the cases concerning educational segregation now before the U.S. Supreme Court in your Dec. 21 "The Fading Line." ... It is inconceivable that a person could adhere to thinking along racially restrictive lines in the light of the advances and lessons evident in modern humanity.

WILLIAM E. ELSTON JR.

Fort Sill, Okla.

Sir:

Your story . . . was read with interest, despite your obvious bias in favor of the Negro race ... We are far truer...

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