Letters: May 1, 1964

Tactics Against Injustice

Sir: Any tactic capable of moving the Senate to activity in the area of civil rights can hardly be described as "pointless."

ARTHUR DANIELS

Ann Arbor, Mich.

Sir: This white citizen shudders when he reads that the Denver Post thinks any group of Americans looks "silly" when demonstrating against racial inequality [April 24]. Imagine the outrage of certain Boston housewives when all that tea was dumped in the harbor! Senator Humphrey's remarks about the "inconvenience" to World's Fair visitors ring very hollow.

DAVID B. HICKS

Miles College

Birmingham

Sir: Tsk, tsk, tsk—the...

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