Letters: Nov. 29, 1963

J.F.K.

SIR: WE ARE STUNNED INTO PARALYSIS. WE CRY OUR OUTRAGE NOT FOR REVENGE BUT FOR THE MASSIVE LOSS OF THIS MAN, THE PRESIDENT. HE MADE ENORMOUS CONTRIBUTIONS TO EVERY HUMAN BEING IN THE WORLD. HE WAS A SINGULAR LEADER OF OUR LIFETIME.

L. R. NICHOLL CLAREMONT, CALIF.

Woman's Place

Sir: What a sad commentary on our American culture your report on women is [Nov. 22]! It's no wonder that we educators see so many unhappy, anxious, insecure children in our schools. Their mothers are outside of their homes involved in "the search for something more challenging." If these women had any...

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