Letters, Apr. 5, 1954

The Private & the Pentagon

Sir: TIME'S March 22 cover hits an alltime high.

Cohn's snarl and Schine's lurking smirk qualify them for Madame Tussaud's . . . Sad, sad days are these, when Ike, Dulles, Wilson et al. hide while two juvenile delinquents such as these ride by.

F. L. ZIMMERMAN Sturgeon Bay, Wis.

Sir: That one young, previously unknown employee of a subcommittee of Congress can intimidate the whole Army from the Secretary down, and attempt to dictate what they are to do with one particular draftee, is incredible ! ....

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