Letters: Jul. 7, 1967

Surveying the Summit

Sir: Apropos of the Johnson-Kosygin meeting [June 30], I propose Kosygin for Man of the Year. He was willing to come halfway and break the cold barrier between the Reds and the U.S., to share his views, and to listen to our side at a time when understanding and cooperation are needed for the sake of peace.

JANET TONKA Atlanta

Sir: In that inane reverse-and double-reverse Gaston-and-Alphonse jig that Lyndon and Aleksei trotted out, what would have happened if the surveyor had missed the halfway point by a hundred feet? Would they...

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