Letters, Jan. 30, 1956

Righthand Man Sir:

With your Jan. 9 story on Sherman Adams, you have not only opened a new year, but you have also reopened the vast panorama of Washington with your very penetrating accounts of Government personalities in action.

RICHARD J. QUINLAN Santa Clara, Calif.

Sir:

Your interesting article reminded me of the best political quip that I have heard for years: "What would be the greatest tragedy for this country? If Sherman Adams would die, and Ike became the President of the U.S."

OLGIERD LANGER New York City

Sir:

It seems to me the burning question is not who will be the next President, but...

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