Letters, Sep. 1, 1958

Faubus Rides Again

Sir:

What do you think of Arkansas and Governor Faubus now? Your previous attacks on a man who struggled to make something of himself in the American way were abominable. You even ridiculed his speech (which I greatly prefer to Brooklynese).

C. E. WATTS Avenue, Md.

Sir:

Your Aug. 11 Faubus story is extremely insulting. Violence Southward, try as you will to magnify it, is a mere sniff of the ugly physical revulsion, anarchy and race violence exploding in your own backyard (Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., New York City, Detroit, etc.).

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