Letters, Aug. 11, 1947

The Price of Peace

Sir:

"What Price Peace?" (TIME, July 21) is the most lucid rationalization of our position in the postwar world yet to appear in print. . . .

VICTOR H. KRULAK Lieutenant Colonel, U.S.M.C. Quantico, Va.

Sir:

. . . Congratulations on a superb job. I am making it compulsory reading for my students. . . .

ARTHUR J. MARDER University of California Santa Barbara, Calif.

Sir:

. . . Now I shall have ammunition to throw against my near-sighted friends who cannot see that, in underwriting a rehabilitation program for Europe, we are not magnanimously playing Santa Claus for the whole world but are,...

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