Letters, Jul. 2, 1956

The President's Health

Sir:

The sympathies of the whole world have been extended to the President and his immediate family in his recent illness, but it seems to indicate some instability in the American form of government that such a happening can create such a fluttering on the stock exchanges of the country. The long-drawn-out illness of the late King George VI and the frequent illnesses of Sir Winston Churchill in the latter years of his Premiership caused no stir whatsoever in the British stockmarkets. Doesn't this point to the urgent need of a...

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