Letters, Jun. 20, 1960

Khrushchev & the Presidency

Sir:

The best answer Americans can offer to Mr. Khrushchev's attempt to dictate to us the choice of our next President is to nominate and elect Mr. Richard Nixon. Furthermore, in view of Mr. Nixon's excellent qualifications, any other course by the Republicans, including the supporters of Mr. Nelson Rockefeller, would constitute a tragic blunder.

C. JOHN GREGORY

Boston

Sir: For those who are worried about Jack Kennedy's Roman Catholic faith, let us remind them that it should be a good reason to vote for him for the presidency. As a...

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