Letters: Jul. 4, 1969

Startling Discovery

Sir: I read with great interest the startling discovery of the June graduates [June 13] that the world contains war, poverty, disease and hatred between races, and thus is not a fit receptacle for either them or Miss Mills' prospective babies. We are all much indebted to them for their shrewd observations and also for their forthright response to this situation —sulking, whining to their parents and destroying their universities.

JOSEPH GOLDBERG Peace Corps Volunteer Perak, Malaysia

Sir: It's too bad that state legislators can't pass effective social legislation as quickly as...

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