Letters, May 6, 1946

More Deserving than the British?


With all the talk concerning a loan to Britain in the air, I feel compelled to put in a bid for aid to a few countries which are a little more deserving. . . .

My friends in the Philippines are unable to buy seeds for their gardens, and they don't see much help in sight on this score coming from the Americans. From India come reports of an imminent famine affecting hundreds of thousands. Although there seems to be little talk at present of starvation in Indonesia, no...

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