Letters, Nov. 14, 1949

Boston for Bostonians

Sir:

Your article on Mayor James M. Curley of Boston [TIME, Oct. 24] was a masterpiece of subtle sarcasm. However, I fear that if you had any idea in mind of influencing the electorate of the city of Boston, your efforts were futile.

In Boston, you are either fanatically devoted to Curley, or violently opposed to him. There is no middle ground. And, while respecting your right to comment, may I frankly suggest that you mind your own business . . .

J. R. CARTER

Boston, Mass.

Fitting Tribute

Sir:

Congratulations on the Oct. 24 cover story honoring Judge Harold R. Medina. It is certainly a...

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