Letters: Mar. 19, 1984

Chernenko Debut

To the Editors:

With the emergence of Konstantin Chernenko in the Kremlin [WORLD, Feb. 27], the U.S. thinks it can now deal with the "new leadership." The Soviet Union is still controlled by the same circle that has seen guiding the country all the while. Under Chernenko, the U.S.S.R. may deviate only a few degrees from its former course. Nevertheless, we must continue to urge the Soviets to steer in the right direction.

Raul G. Lacson

Chicago

As a Polish-born American, I want to add to your analysis of Chernenko. The new leader...

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