To the Editors:
Franklin Delano Roosevelt [Feb. 1] was a part of my childhood. My father worked for the WPA, and my brother at a CCC camp. His name was spoken with esteem in our household. That rich voice on the radio gave assurance and hope to my parents. I love F.D.R.
Genevieve McCoach Willow Grove, Pa.
Your article on F.D.R.'s legacy transported me back to a 1936 college class in political science. At one point in the professor's discourse on Roosevelt's programs I asked: "Who is going to pay?" His pince-nez popped off his nose, his face reddened, and his eyes...