Letters, Oct. 30, 1939

Plunderbund

Sirs:

COME ! COME ! TIME is FREQUENTLY ENTITLED TO HIGH PRAISE . . . BUT NOT FOR

PLUNDERBUND (VIDE LETTER OF OCT. 16). THAT'S NOT YOURS.

HERBERT BAYARD SWOPE Old Subscriber New York City

TIME would as soon seek the credit for inventing the steamboat as for inventing plunderbund—a word which is in the dictionary and which existed long before TIME did.—ED.

Senator Chandler

Sirs:

"He [Senator Chandler] knows the first name of nearly every person in Kentucky of voting age. . . ." (TIME, Oct. 16.)

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