Letters, may 4, 1959

The Former Secretary

Sir:

No nation can ever have enough men like John Foster Dulles. America has had and still has a lot of them. That's important to remember, because it's a wealth of human initiative and individual greatness that gives America its real worth.

GARY L. WEBSTER

La Grande, Ore.

Sir:

As a tribute to John Foster Dulles and his truly sacrificial service, Congress should, with the President's approval, create the office of Honorary Secretary of State, and appoint Mr. Dulles to it for the remainder of the Eisenhower Administration's term.

WILLIAM B. LIPPHARD...

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