Letters: Feb. 23, 1968

D'ye Ken?

Sir: The Galbraith story [Feb. 16] is a brilliant analysis of truth and reality. In reading it, one is struck by the fact that our country produces many such men whose wisdom should guide our destiny. Yet, as the 1968 elections approach, it appears that the American people will once again be denied the opportunity to select their President from the ranks of the truly qualified.

DAVID L. MEARS San Francisco

Sir: Economists criticize Dr. Galbraith because he is really much more than an economist. He is a critic of the...

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