Letters, may 21, 1951

MacArthur Coverage

Sir:

Some say your magazine is [editorially] slanted. I won't argue that, but your April 30 cover story on MacArthur is the epitome in reporting and intelligent analysis. Your presentation of the selfish political angles as well as the sound and honest elements of the whole affair is like a pine tree in a cotton patch . . . You have become the weight of balance on the scale of sensible opinion . . .

(SGT.) HARRIS SLOTIN, U.S.A.F. Sampson AFB, N.Y.

Sir:

I have just finished your account of the MacArthur story. It...

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