Letters: Jul. 26, 1982

Change at State

To the Editors: Al Haig: exit elegance, experience, expertise [July 5].

Ellen Pezzei Reston, Va.

Thank you, Alexander Haig. Don't go away. Like Winston Churchill, we may need you later.

Irene Laune Phoenix

Haig was pushed out of office for pursuing answers to geopolitical problems without resorting to the emotionalism that dominates the Reagan Administration. My generation is not secure under the hawkish pursuits of Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger.

Michael R. DeNight Waltham, Mass.

Haig's letter of resignation was the epitome of bad taste. He implied that the foreign policy of the U.S. is going to hell in a handbasket. Haig is and has...

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