Letters, May 30, 1949



Blair McClenachan writes in a letter to TIME [May 2]: "It seems shabby as hell to entrust a man with hundreds of thousands of dollars to manage, and pay him only $6,500 a year for the responsibility . . ."

Why, man, that's nothing. As a teacher, I have millions of dollars' worth of children to manage, and I don't even get $3,000.


Quaker Street Village, N.Y.

Phony Conspiracy?


Our liberal friend Paul Davis says: "Fundamentally, the hullabaloo over a Communist conspiracy to overthrow our Government is phony" [TIME, May 9].

I rise to remark that the dry conspiracy to establish Prohibition was just...

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