Letters, Jul. 11, 1960

Nominations

Sir:

So Senator Jack Kennedy thinks President Eisenhower should have apologized to Khrushchev at the summit meeting. God pity America if Kennedy should ever become President.

ARTHUR B. TAYLOR

Clearwater, Fla.

Sir:

Kennedy is the only campaigning, fighting, dynamic, winning candidate running for the Democratic Party.

WILLIAM P. CONNOLLY

Dwight, Ill.

Sir:

It is difficult to understand why the Democratic Party would even consider a young man so inexperienced as Senator Kennedy when it has available so able and experienced a man as Senator Lyndon Johnson.

E. D. MCCAIN

Frederick, Md.

Sir:

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