Letters, Mar. 24, 1958

Ike & the U.S.

Sir:

Your recent news treatment of Mr. Eisenhower is said by some wags to be roughly equivalent to the College of Cardinals criticizing the Pope. If being 67 years old is what is slowing down the President, then I heartily wish TIME were twice its present age.

DOROTHEA MORRIS Smyrna, Ga.

Sir:

You show a lack of appreciation of the personal sacrifices the President has made since 1956 when he bowed to Republican demands that he win for them a second term. D. ARTHUR New York City

Sir:

Please lay off nagging Ike every time he takes a change of scene. F.D.R. spent long...

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