Letters, may 7, 1951

Truman v. MacArthur (Cont'd)

Sir:

Again TIME scores a bull's-eye hit with its superb April 23 appraisal of the Truman-MacArthur controversy ... In a moment of shabby political pettiness, raging tempers and conflicting opinions it is refreshing to see such a clear, fair, objective analysis of the Far Eastern situation . . .

L. H. LINDBECK Hempstead, N.Y.

Sir:

. . . After being subjected to a labyrinth of ballyhoo, unequaled in my memory, of admiration of a man who is very easy to admire, and denunciation of another man who is all too easy...

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