Letters: Dec. 21, 1970

Not So Easy

Sir: Thank you for your cover article [Dec. 7] concerning the prisoners of war. After having read it, though, I could not help visualizing a great many of your subscribers scanning the magazine, setting it aside, and forgetting their sympathy for these men within the week. Please do not mistake my tone for that of bitterness. There is no guilt in this act; indeed, I have done it myself many times. In this instance, however, it is not so easy.

I am a young man in the midst of a college education. After all the politics and all the oratory,...

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