Letters: May 30, 1983

Vital Interests

To the Editors:

Harsh facts and hard choices for Central America [May 9]. More dollars, military advisers, covert activities. It is all so familiar. Is this what President Reagan calls our moral duty? Our only obligation to that region is to send food and other essentials for economic growth.

Luella Pepin

Swanville, Minn.

President Reagan delivered a stirring address on the menace in Central America. Unfortunately, the message did not penetrate congressional partisanship. In his rebuttal, Senator Christopher Dodd alluded to Reagan's not "going with the tide of history." The Senator prefers to...

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