Letters, Jan. 10, 1944

The Explosion

Sirs:

Words cannot express the contempt with which I read the remarks made by Senator "Cotton Ed" Smith regarding our Commander in Chief in your article "Explosion in the Senate" [TIME, Dec. 20]. . . .

It will be up to history to decide who has done more for his country and for mankind: Franklin D. Roosevelt . . . whose name is linked with freedom, democracy and humanity ... or Cotton Ed Smith who wastes the time of his people by insulting their President. . . .

STEPHEN L. SABORSKY

Lieutenant, M.A.C.

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