Letters, Dec. 20, 1971

Unanswered Questions

Sir: Ted Kennedy on TIME'S cover [Nov. 29] and "Could He Win in 72?": It is really an American tragedy that such a man could be even considered for President.

If people forget so quickly the many unanswered questions of Chappaquiddick, then democracy is indeed finished.

SUSAN S. COFFIN Scottsdale, Ariz.

Sir: No single individual has the capacity to unite our country today; however, Senator Edward Kennedy comes closest.

I hope that his eight-year appointment with destiny will begin this decade.


Sir: My heart goes out to Senator Kennedy; my vote,...

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