Letters, Jun. 7, 1948

Oh, Henry

Sir:

. . . Your article on Henry Wallace [TIME, May 10] . . . was an obviously biased piece of writing, no help at all to us readers who are trying to make up their minds about the presidency . . .

ARTHUR B. SIMON New York City

Sir:

Your obvious sympathy for Mr. Wallace and his mistakes has made me feel so sorry for the poor man that I have decided to vote for him.

PHILIP KESSLER Los Angeles, Calif.

Sir:

Instead of the signs "Babies for Wallace," wouldn't "Wallace for Childish Ideas"...

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