Letters, Aug. 28, 1972

The Eagleton Affair (Contd.)

Sir / Re the Eagleton Affair [Aug. 14]: The liberal, understanding, modern-thinking Mr. McGovern shows us his true side as he echoes the overstrained voices of some Americans who live with the suspicions and ignorant fears of the 19th century.

I think we are beginning to see that Mr. McGovern's trumpet of a new way of life and thinking in America is just another hollow blast. If one looks closely enough, I think one can see his credibility gapping.

DONALD CROSSETT

Minoa, N.Y.

Sir / Because I was a student during the...

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