Letters: Aug. 8, 1969

The Kennedy Case

Sir: How ironic that Senator Kennedy [Aug. 1], who speaks in favor of equality, should now be a graphic example of the advantages of the inequality in our society. Fortunately for Mr. Kennedy, the international tradition that an abundance of coinage and lineage supersedes justice under the law has not changed in spite of his rhetoric.

MRS. A. J. LOESCHMAN Houston

Sir: With bullets of prejudgment, pretrial, and preconviction over an issue that, although tragic, would have normally rated two paragraphs on page 12, Edward Kennedy, like his brothers, has been...

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