Letters, Apr. 10, 1978

The Coal Crisis

To the Editors:

Your cover for the article on the coal crisis [March 20] is probably the most poignant you have ever presented!

Marilyn J. Martin

Cambridge, Mass.

The countenance of the miner on the cover should make all of us think. That miner represents all suffering Americans who have been exploited by the wealthy and powerful of our country.

The energy for a strong America is built into the very fiber of that miner and other hard-working men like him. Let's stop exploiting our real wealth before it is too late.


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