Letters: Jun. 8, 1970

"I Can't Help But Weep"

Sir: I am a college student, and I can't help but weep for my country. I look around and see my brothers gunned down in the streets. Our "leaders" persist in pursuing an unjust war, and yet the Great Silent Majority remains silent. What does it take to make people see that this country is on the brink of disaster?

GEORGE CRAWFORD Knoxville, Tenn.

Sir: From now on it will be easy to kill students, because no one will care. They will read of two of them shot, and it will not...

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