Letters, Jul. 6, 1953

Korean Truce

Sir:

To my bitter disillusionment I am learning that Eisenhower is a fatuous Chamberlain who has perpetrated the greatest sellout since Munich . . . He has sold out South Korea and is proceeding to kick the venerable S. Rhee in the teeth because the Korean President has the patriotism to protest . . .

JOHN DELGADO New York City

Sir:

. . . To many of us, it has the earmarks of another Munich in the making—possibly at Bermuda . . . Such a peace, if achieved, will merely prove to be...

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