Letters: Oct. 7, 1966


Sir: After reading about the "Affection Gap" [Sept. 23], I questioned myself as to just who dislikes President Johnson. It is plain that no man can satisfy all the people at all times. I wonder if it is not part of being "in" to dislike the man running the country?

MARTIN F. STUDER A.P.O. San Francisco

Sir: To a member of the go-go generation of the space age, it is not difficult to see why the Kennedys are more popular than Johnson. They have flair, charm, a witty intensity, dedication to their country, and, Bugs Bunny to the contrary, we would rather hear...

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