Letters: Oct. 9, 1964

The Assassin

Sir: I had hoped to save your excellent summary of the Warren report [Oct. 2], but I find that Artzybasheffs ghost is more than I can bear.

PAUL ANTHONY ROSS Lexington, Mass.

Sir: If it was the intent of Artzybasheff to convey the image of a man with a sick mind, he has succeeded admirably. The smirk, the dead color, the vacant eyes—he has painted a most penetrating portrait of Lee Oswald.

HAROLD R. SNYDER JR.

York. Pa.

Sir: To display the picture of "those who achieve importance by doing evil" might...

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