Letters: May 7, 1965

Wilson's Way

Sir: With perception and surprising accuracy, you catalogued the United Kingdom's basic problems and hoped-for solutions in your April 30 cover story. Britain was tired of Conservative complacency, and the world in turn was tired of Great Britain. A Tory at heart, I still realize that in Harold Wilson lies the best hope for Britain and the Atlantic Alliance.

GLENMORE TRENEAR-HARVEY Washington, D.C.

Sir: Harold's tie is crooked and he looks hunchbacked. Otherwise, très bien.

REBECCA HIPKIN Port Deposit, Md.

The Many & the Few

Sir: The American people have good reason to...

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