Letters: Mar. 8, 1982

Risking It

To the Editors:

Your article "Striking It Rich" [Feb. 15] is the best recommendation for President Reagan's economic program. America is still the land of opportunity because our Government fosters such innovative entrepreneurs.

OrlandH. Ellis

Birmingham, Mich.

The story on Steven Jobs is a rebuke to the "good ole boys" who categorize all youth with long hair and cut-offs as "dang hippies" who are no good to society.

Bill Panek

Crawford, Colo.

Steven Jobs of Apple Computer began his rise to fame and fortune by inventing a device to bilk the phone companies on long-distance calls. He should be classed with the "sleazy operators," not...

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