Letters, Mar. 28, 1955

Hoosier Governor

Sir:

Congratulations for the March 7 story on Indiana's Governor Craig . . . Many persons will be shocked at what seems to be unmitigated graft and corruption in Indiana . . . Others will be confirmed in their dislike and mistrust of politics and politicians, and many friends and foes of Ike will view with alarm or cynicism (real or feigned) the fact that Craig is Ike's boy. However, Indiana, the state Lincoln grew up in, undoubtedly molded him as much as any environment could mold him. Politics are undoubtedly played...

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