Letters, Apr. 5, 1971

The One Constant

Sir: Your article on suburbia [March 15] confirmed my suspicion that human nature is the one constant in a world of rapidly changing variables. The changes are not surprising; they are bound to happen. Perhaps some day soon we will all recognize our common ground and begin again. Utopia cannot exist in suburbia (zoning ordinances will not permit it), but somewhere between the city block and the country lane, a sense of unity can exist.

BROTHER JAMES R. KEANE, C.F.C. Lockport, Ill.

Sir: Maybe now that someone has finally found out...

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