Letters: Feb. 16, 1970

Everyman's Issue

Sir: The environment is not just "Nixon's New Issue" [Feb. 2]; surely it is the issue for us all.


Sir: As a member of an age group that can reasonably expect to be alive in the year 2000 (if anyone is still around), I was excited by the President's emphasis on cleaning up the environment in the State of the Union address. It contains, however, one glaring flaw: his acceptance as inevitable of a growth in the U.S. population of more than 100 million people in the next 30...

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