Forum, Nov. 1, 1976

Hope and Terror

To the Editors:

The cover painting [Oct. 11] by Bob Peak is eloquent. It seems to capture a suspended moment in an evolving world fraught with terror, illumined with hope.

Arthur R. Botham

Great Barrington, Mass.

The warm amber glow on Mr. Smith's face and its pivotal position suggest the erroneous concept held in Western nations of the great white lord who brings vision and hope to the faceless, amorphous masses of natives.

Velandy Manohar, M.D.


How ironic that during the Bicentennial, an American Secretary of State, in collaboration with Prime Minister...

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