Letters, Aug. 8, 1938

New Deal (Cont'd)

Sirs:

. . . The New Deal is what it says: a new and more even distribution of wealth.

HAROLD M. LEVY San Francisco, Calif.

Sirs:

The philosophy of the New Deal is pragmatic. Such a philosophy discards all blueprints for social change, and accepts the experimental method of science. . . .

BENBOW F. RITCHIE Chicago, Ill.

Sirs:

The New Deal is an attempt through political means to improve the functioning of the capitalist system in the U. S. . . .

WILLIAM MCLEAN Palo Alto, Calif.

Sirs:

The New Deal is the application of the experimental method to government.

LAWRENCE METTERSHEIMER Summerdale, Ala.

Sirs:

The New Deal is Socialism.

J. M....

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