Letters, Nov. 15, 1943

The Welles Speech

Sirs:

Sumner Welles's view on foreign policy (TIME, Oct. 25) sounds more realistic and more in keeping with our ideals than any other plan proposed so far. If someone with experience in domestic administration like ex-Governor Harold E. Stassen of Minnesota would promise to appoint him Secretary of State, they might well win the 1944 election and give us a top-notch government.

EDWARD A. MODENE Cincinnati

Sirs:

It appalls me to think that Mr. Welles has lost his power to put his fine thoughts into action to men who would rather act...

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