Letters: Jan. 11, 1982

To the Editors:

On Christmas Eve I looked through Christmas cards, called friends, watched a basketball game and visited family. Upon reading "The Darkness Descends" [Dec. 28], I tried to imagine how different my day would have been in Poland. The comparison is incomprehensible.

Jean F. Meske Carol Stream, Ill.

In the most desperate hours of our history Poland sent us Kosciuszko and Pulaski. Surely we can do more for the Poles in their time of need than wring our hands.

Adele Nelka Dallas

Is Poland's fate to be sealed by European apathy and U.S. caution?...

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