Letters: Oct. 30, 1964

To the Finish Line

Sir: This election is merely a choice between moral decay and radioactive decay.

JAMES POLLOCK Calumet, Mich.

Sir: There is an old saying among lawyers that if the facts favor your client, stress the facts in your argument; if the law favors your client, stress the law in your argument; if neither fact nor law supports your client's position, attack opposing counsel or even the judge himself. It is clear that Senator Goldwater's entourage has been unable to develop rational arguments to support his positions, and this accounts for his constant personal attacks on the President.

ARNOLD SCHLOSSBERG Roanoke, Va.

Sir: The...

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