Letters: Jul. 26, 1926

Scoundrel

Sirs:

I have been a reader of TIME almost from the beginning and have always found that the few displeasing features were always balanced by the many pleasing ones.

However, I would have enjoyed TIME, June 28, much more if there had been a different picture on the front cover, happen to be one of the millions who had to use "bullets" instead of "ballots" to put "Wilhelm Der Zweite" where he belongs. I was glad to use bullets, in 1918 to endeavor putting him off his throne and I wish I could have...

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