Letters, Aug. 19, 1946

A White Horse for Hawkins


In concert with many other Americans, allow me to utter a hearty "aye" to the sentiments expressed by Lieut. Paul C Hawkins in his letter published in the July 29 issue. . . .

The laxness of our State Department and its individually indolent members has led to one Russian fait accompli after another from Berlin and Vienna to Seoul and Peiping, and the jelly-spined attitude of America's "diplomats" (sic) allows Russia to dare to plot still other grabs and double-faced deals. . . . Now, in 1946, is...

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