Letters: May 31, 1968

Campaign Posters

Sir: It seems fitting that you should have Robert Kennedy as your cover subject [May 24] one week following your analysis of poverty in America. Senator Kennedy is a man who has not sought to ignore the poor but rather to give them new hope. He has done this through identification with minorities. As the one candidate to be accepted completely by Negroes, he best offers the solution to America's most distressing domestic problems—racial unrest and urban decay.


Monrovia, Calif.

Sir: Hubert Humphrey first proposed or was largely responsible for...

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