Letters, Apr. 24, 1972

Where There Is Muck . . .

Sir / The law-abiding, tax-paying American thank Jack Anderson [April 3] every day for having the courage to expose the wheeling and dealing antics of our politicians in high places regardless of party. We have the right to know what is going on between these high-salaried public servants and big businesses. Exposure is the only control these rats will respect—they like to operate in secret and behind closed doors. Remember, if there is no muck, there will be no muck to rake.


Gladstone, Ore.

Sir / Is the threat of exposure by Jack Anderson any...

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