Letters: Feb. 25, 1966

The War Debate

Sir: In the past I have been an admirer of Senator Fulbright, and during Kennedy's Administration I expected him to be the Secretary of State. Since he started the Senate investigation of Viet Nam policy [Feb. 18], I have been shocked. He could not choose a more inopportune time. I fear that the bitniks-pacifists will really succeed in making null and void all pur efforts to settle the war. I suggest making him a four-star general of the bitnik-pacifist army, and sending all of them to Viet Nam.

R. C. McCLURE...