Letters, Oct. 10, 1960

The Visitor

Sir:

Khrushchev's presence on Manhattan island is the surest possible insurance against hydrogen bomb attack on the city while he's here. The longer he stays the better, as far as I'm concerned.

DAPHNE HARE

New York City

Sir:

Here comes Khrushchev again with his henchmen to throw out insults that we will take, as usual.

Will the day come when the U.S. stops coddling this boor and tells him where to head in ?

F. K. GOOCHER

Maplewood, Mo.

Sir:

New York refurbished a special pier for Khrushchev—but still I suppose this can't be called giving him the quay to the city.

GWYNETH EVANS

New York City

Religion Issue

Sir:

Since...

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