Letters, Jun. 2, 1958

Trouble With the Neighbors

Sir:

While we all sympathize with Vice President Nixon and admire his courageous and dignified conduct in the humiliating affair, does not this incident illustrate only too clearly what happens when you cast your pearls before swine? Why did Nixon go out of his way to place himself in a situation where it was not only highly probable but practically certain that he would be insulted and humiliated?

W. K. AILSHIE

La Jolla, Calif.

Sir:

For Latin Americans in general, Public Enemy No. 1 is the government. Regardless of which government, it...

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