Letters: Jul. 10, 1964

The Downstretch

Sir: With Goldwater's pro-Americanism philosophy and Scranton's meaningful criticism of the present Administration, I hope to be able to vote for both men this November. Our country needs people who are willing to stand on their beliefs despite pressure from minority forces.

(A/3C) W. B. KOEHLER McCoy A.F.B., Fla.

Sir: To this European, Senator Barry Goldwater appears not as a fascist ogre, but as perhaps the last hope of the American people to pull their country out of its headlong dive into that oblivion where everybody and everything, races, parties and states, shall be mongrelized into a drab grey uniformity, watched over,...

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