Letters: Jun. 27, 1983


To the Editors:

Your cover story [June 6] is excellent but hard for me to relate to. I am an unemployed college teacher and have been such for the past eight months. The first example in your article is that of a managerial-class businessman who is working and has job-related difficulties. That man doesn't know how lucky he is. You seem to concentrate on those who are able to afford anxiety. What about the rest of us? For those of us who are poor and out of work, corporate stress is a luxury.


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