Letters: Apr. 21, 1961

The Eichmann Trial

Sir:

Israel has a nice problem on its hands with its much, much publicized Adolf Eichmann affair.

Not to put him to death would arouse the anger of the thousands who survived the concentration camps and the thousands of relatives of those who did not.

To kill him would be like televising somebody being tortured to death, and all kinds of humane societies would cry for mercy.

PINCHOS HOFFMAN Wickliffe, Ohio

Sir:

Let us now sensibly focus the ideological issue. Let us not lose sight of its challenge to Western morality, an integral...

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