Letters, Nov. 26, 1956

Revolt in Hungary

SIR:

WE STAND AGHAST AT THE FAILURE OF U.N. TO ACT IMMEDIATELY TO SAVE THE HUNGARIAN PEOPLE FROM SOVIET REPRISALS. THE EVENTS IN HUNGARY HAVE SHATTERED ALL COMMUNIST INFLUENCE IN EUROPE. FIRM INITIATIVE BY THE U.S. CAN STRENGTHEN DEMOCRATIC FORCES EVERYWHERE. WE HAVE CABLED PRESIDENT EISENHOWER A MESSAGE URGING HIM TO SPEAK OUT, TO USE THIS MORAL AUTHORITY TO OBTAIN IMMEDIATE U.N. ACTION, TO BROADCAST IN HIS VOICE A WARNING AGAINST REPRISALS. THE INFLUENTIAL U.S. PRESS MUST URGE SIMILAR ACTIONS BY EISENHOWER. THE HUNGARIAN STUDENTS, WORKERS AND WRITERS HAVE GIVEN...

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