Letters: Sep. 13, 1968

After Chicago

Sir: In time, I may be able to forget the sight of Mayor Daley's cops bludgeoning those kids in Chicago. But I expect to be able to remember it at least until Nov. 5.

GEORGE H. BELL

Assistant Secretary of State

State of Oregon

Salem

Sir: Edward Kennedy and Julian Bond are the two men who, for me at least, make the convention worth remembering and the future worth considering. They are gentle men and gentlemen. And 1972 is only 48 months away.

HEATHER PHILLIPS

Aurora, N.Y.

Sir: My God, I have lived in...

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