Letters: Oct. 26, 1962

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Sir:

Despite General Eisenhower's opinion of Mr. Kennedy, the image of the President is still first class in the staunchest of America's Western allies. His domestic legislative program evoked much approval in this country despite the opposition of Congress. Medicare may have died, but its idea still lives on. His profile as a courageous politician is all too obvious. Here is an American leader who can pursue the course which he considers best in Cuba despite popular opinion.

ANTHONY KERIGAN

Loughton, England

Sir:

J.F.K. could have brought Jackie, Caroline, Macaroni and Bobby with him into Michigan, thrown in the Hollywood "rat pack" as an...

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