Letters, Nov. 15, 1971

Peking, Taipei and the U.N.

Sir: Now that the U.N. has voted on the China issue to the sorrow of all freedom-loving peoples, our nation should at once cut all its U.N. financial contributions by 75%. This would give the newcomers from Peking the opportunity to take over not only the contributions previously made by free China but also an amount commensurate with their own teeming population and the expectations of their duped friends.

EUGENE N. SELTZ

Hopkins, Minn.

Sir: President Nixon wants to be remembered as the great proponent of peace, but now...

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