Letters, Oct. 8, 1979

Soviets in Cuba

To the Editors:

So President Carter is deeply concerned about the Soviet combat brigade in Cuba [Sept. 17]. I suppose he will demonstrate his toughness by insisting that they change to civilian clothing.

George F. Platts

Ormond Beach, Fla.

The Soviets have us coming and going. They put troops in Cuba, we panic, and they agree to remove their troops if we sign the SALT II agreement. That's what I call strategy!

Dorothy Diehm

Paramus, N.J.

We feel we have the God-given right to station thousands of troops and sophisticated armaments in countries...

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