Letters, Oct. 24, 1960

The Man Who ...

Sir:

That first debate . . . Certainly we Americans can see through either thick pancake or thin powder! Nixon whipped Kennedy badly.

REYNOLD M. HAMRIN

Youngstown, Ohio

Sir:

We need a man in the '60s who can awaken America and snap us out of our complacency. Nixon couldn't wake a light sleeper!

JAMES S. SMITH Dayton

Sir:

Attractive as Jack Kennedy himself might be as a candidate, his reliance on his brothers gives rise to concern. The thought of Bobby as crown prince is frightening.

MYRNE HOLZMAN

Yonkers

Sir:

We in Europe—especially...

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