Letters, Mar. 19, 1956

The State of France

Sir:

When bison were grazing on the Pentagon and deer frolicking on the White House grounds, France was there to play midwife to the birth of the U.S. Believe me, despite all "chaotic politics," France can take it; she intends to stay.

HENRI GIRONDELOT Paris

Sir:

France must not die—for what would your readers write to you about if not"to predict the fall of France? Of course, there's always England—she's acting a bit giddy these days, don't you think?

RUTH WHIPPLE FERMAUD Ville d'Avray, France

Sir:

The solution to the French situation...

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