Letters: Jun. 28, 1982

Falklands Battle

To the Editors:

Latin American leaders who are condemning the U.S. for its actions are missing the point [June 7]. U.S. foreign policy is not anti-Argentina or anti-Latin America, but rather anti-aggression. If Britain had invaded Buenos Aires, our Government would have undoubtedly sided with Argentina.

Michael Gunin

Dallas

Secretary of State Haig should have gone immediately to the Organization of American States and pleaded that Argentina is wrong. Even if the members disagreed, they would have respected us for coming to them first.

Mike J. Mousseau

Plattsburgh, N. Y.

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