Letters, Mar. 16, 1959

Any Number Can Play

Sir:

Congratulations on your telephone cover [Feb. 23]! TIME's keen view of our No. 1 monopoly should be required reading for all teachers and lawmakers. It's time we realized that our business giants are giving us more and more for less and less.

DEIGH D. BOYD

South Laguna, Calif.

Sir:

The telephone is a Jekyll and Hyde invention, a curse and plague as often as it is a convenience. We list our present lack of a telephone as our greatest luxury. We no longer must drop whatever we are doing, day or night, and run to answer that raucous bell. I now...

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