Letters: Nov. 17, 1967

Faithful in Their Fashion

Sir: It was refreshing to read a crisp, smog-free Essay on patriotism in these United States [Nov. 10]. I belong to a rather ambiguous generation, many of whom have forgotten what it is all about. The draft dissenters wade through the crumpled bubble-gum wrappers on the streets of our cities waving signs and mumbling chants, but it is the men "over there" that must wade through the muck and mire of war as it really is.

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