Letters: Jul. 20, 1970

Last, Not Lost

Sir: I am stunned by the keen insight that Gerald Clarke displayed in analyzing the psyche of our generation [June 29]. He placed our entrails on the table and read the signs with uncanny accuracy. He spoke to me, and I am reeling from the effect. However, we have never been a I "lost" generation, silent perhaps but not lost. We are the last generation to have found any foothold at all in this slippery world.

RABBI RONALD MILLSTEIN Temple Beth El Laurelton, N.Y.

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