Letters, Sep. 19, 1955

A Case of Black & White

Sir:

In your Aug. 29 "South Africa's Tragedy in Colors," the callous and inclement attitude with regard to the sifting of human beings exhibited in the investigator's statement¬ó"We may make a few mistakes and classify a few real Coloreds as natives, but that's a risk we must take if we are to sort out these people" ¬óreminds me forcibly of another "sorting out to take place, which though not characterized by callousness will be nonetheless inexorable. It is the Last Judgment portrayed in Matthew 25: 31-46 as the...

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