Letters: Feb. 3, 1961

The Press & the President

Sir:

You are only proving that Democrats are right in tabbing the press Republican when you criticize the press for speaking favorably of the incoming Administration. When newspapers and magazines try to unite the country under its leaders, why counteract this attempt by turning it into a post-election political maneuver?

PAUL PILLAR Livonia, Mich.

Sir:

You quote Columnist Alsop: "After years of supineness, therefore, the American Government will now have to spring into sudden, vigorous, often risky action . . ." Brinkmanship, maybe?

ROGER M. WHITMAN Napa, Calif.

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