Letters, May 27, 1935

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Sirs:

Five columns of your issue of May 6 devoted to the wretched Millis compilation in praise of the Huns and Boches of 1914-18.

Why do you cheer the writer (possibly subsidized) who disparages Woodrow Wilson, Walter Hines Page, Lord Bryce etc. etc. and who applauds the notorious People's Council, the Pacifist resolutions of 1917, Gum Shoe Bill Stone and all that ilk? This, your favorite writer for the week, also takes a sweep at Teddy Roosevelt, whom he calls treasonable! . . . Let all the patriots of any...

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