In using the term "burrocracy," in TIME'S Oct. 8 article on Bill Boyle, I wonder if you noticed also the fitness of "burr-ocracy."
ROBERT M. COOPER Princeton, N.J.
... If President Truman reads it without a shudder he is made of strange stuff . . .
LOUISE F. HAMILTON New York City
Artist Chaliapin certainly caught the mood in the [Boyle] cover.
The donkey (left side of picture), not famous for brains, with the sanctimonious halo above his head, his squint eyes looking down his nose, the self-satisfied smirk, really cinches it...