Letters, Jul. 27, 1953

Truce in Korea

Sir: . . . Not a few of us were astonished at the manner the Administration has adopted to bring an end to the Korean war [TIME, July 6], a method that literally shouts for "peace" at any price. Since returning from the Korean war last year (I served with Oklahoma's 45th Infantry Division), I have persistently worked to do something about a condition which permits Americans to be sent into combat and then have victory denied them, not by the enemy but by the very Government we were fighting to preserve . . . Have...

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