Forum, Apr. 5, 1976

To the Editors:

The massive migration into the Sunbelt [March 15] is a chilling phenomenon. You say, "Air conditioning has made the long, hot summers bearable." What happens when the power goes off —permanently?

Beth Scott

River Falls, Wis.

Yankee, go home (and stay there)—Florida is full.

Meg Dobbins

Tallahassee, Fla.

At last, someone who can write about the South without "liberal" bigotry dripping from every word!

Liz du Mont

Gulf Shores, Ala.

Miami today—with its muggings, choked freeways, dirty air, foul water. littered beaches and sky-high housing prices—looks a lot like the New York City I left four years ago. It is time we shed our...

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