Letters: Mar. 15, 1963

Potshots, Helter-Skelter

Sir:

It used to be that one of the vast differences between the U.S. and Russia was that the Russian government withheld information, or gave out false information to its citizenry, while the populace of the U.S. was well informed with the truth from its Government. It is a shame to see the Kennedy Administration erase this difference, as it has done with the circumstances surrounding the Cuban situation.

It is no wonder that other governments distrust the U.S., when the citizens themselves cannot trust what their Government tells them.

BEN LOWRY

Napoleon,...

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