Letters, Feb. 13, 1956

The Dulles Assessment

Sir:

I wish to express my appreciation of your Jan. 23 article on John Foster Dulles' admirable action in not giving everything to the Communists. He is one of the very few people, in our time, who is not lost in the Red haze.

JAMES RIFE

Sterling, Ill.

Sir:

It would seem that world foreign policies can be divided into two types: peace-at-any-price and brink-of-war. Thank goodness our Secretary of State has the courage to place justice and morality in international affairs above peace. I'm not surprised that the British object to...

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