I have just finished reading "The Deep Freeze Set" [TIME, Aug. 22].
I wonder how our forefathers would have reacted to such philandering of the trust placed in their public servants . . .?
LEONARD A. MAGNUSON
There is no doubt that Major General Vaughan has "used the White House as a means of playing low-grade county-courthouse politics," but the responsibility for this . . . rests not with Vaughan but with his boss, who, incidentally, is no innocent babe in the political woods . . .
RICHARD E. CROCKFORD Portland, Me.
The "five-percenters" deserve all the condemnation that is being heaped upon them....