To the Editors:
TIME's report on the breakup of A T & T [Nov. 21] describes the consequences of a crusade by overzealous bureaucrats and overprotective courts. Confusion and higher rates will be the result. To the bureaucrats who forced this situation on us, I wish skyrocketing telephone bills and lots of wrong numbers.
Godfrey M. Elliott Sarasota, Fla.
We should never have allowed A T & T to be split up. The company was highly successful, and its services were well worth the nominal charge.
Scott Morrison an Mateo, Calif.