Letters, Aug. 4, 1947

Little Eva

Sir:

DEEPLY SHOCKED AT IDOLIZATION OF MADAME PERON ON YOUR COVER [TIME, JULY 14].

PAUL H. GOLDENBERG

New York

Sir:

TIME has certainly reached a new low. The article on Eva Peron is the devil's own broth of poison and vituperation. . . .

Eva Peron is a most prominent man's wife. It is obvious that Mr. Peron knows what TIME could not possibly know about Eva's heart and soul, and that is the reason why he chose her as his wife. . . .

F. C. MONTUORI

Washington, D.C.

Sir:

. . . There must...

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