Letters: Oct. 17, 1969

To the Polls by Caddy and Subway

Sir: As a New Yorker, I view the possibility of Mr. Procaccino's election [Oct. 3] as possibly the worst thing that could ever happen to New York City. All progress that has occurred in the city could be obliterated. Let all the "Cadillac conservatives" lend themselves to the struggle of helping our city, and may all of us soon view the dawn of the age of human tolerance.

GARY M. COLE, '71 University of Wisconsin Madison, Wis.

Sir: If only Limousine Liberal John Lindsay & Co. had...

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