Letters, may 9, 1960

The Campaign

Sir: We Americans have elected Presidents of varying religious faiths—Baptist, Methodist, Episcopal, Reformed Church in America and even Unitarian. Since the Roman Catholic Church is the largest single religious body in the nation, it is not surprising that we have elected scores of Catholic Congressmen, Senators and Governors. The election of a Catholic President would be fully in keeping with the American political ethic, which makes no distinctions based on race, color or creed.

JAMES DELMONT

St. Paul

Sir:

I do not intend to vote for Senator Kennedy, but I am nauseated by the malodorous fumes spreading from the dump fire ignited...

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