Letters: Aug. 25, 1967

Doves or Pigeons?

Sir: It is frightening to think that supposedly intelligent leaders of our country are willing (Bishop Sheen) to pull out of Viet Nam altogether and risk a terrible bloodbath [Aug. 11]. Others (Sherman Cooper and Stuart Symington) want to halt the bombing. They must have forgotten that we have stopped the bombing and fighting at several intervals and with no results. Such thinking only prolongs the war or brings negotiations that favor the enemy.

MRS. JACK L. COOPER Evanston, Ill.

Sir: President Johnson states that the nation's economy is rich enough...

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