To the Editors:
After reading Alexander Haig's memoirs [SPECIAL SECTION, April 2], I realize that his defeat was not self-inflicted. Haig made the mistake of being a professional in a collection of amateurs. He is honest and intelligent. It is a great loss for this country that he is no longer Secretary of State.
Michael R. Gossett Gurley, Ala.
I was amazed by the shallowness of the man.
William R. Porter Grants Pass, Ore.
Haig will be remembered as the man who came in a lion and left a lamb.
Andrew A. Gerda Pittsburgh
What a shame that a giant like Haig was toppled by a midget...