Letters, Dec. 5, 1955

Who for '56?

Sir:

Of course, it goes without saying that we aren't particularly interested in having De Sapio run the country with Harriman as regent; Stevenson may have his faults and quirks, but we independents feel he is basically honest and never opportunistic.

MRS. C. E. EADY Towson, Md.

Sir: Adlai Stevenson can turn an apter phrase than anyone else in sight. It is easier to make epigrams, though, than to make the decisions required of a President. Stevenson does not give the impression of being particularly decisive. He might weigh his decisions so...

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