Letters: Lack Of Suspicion

It is difficult to understand how the Reagan Administration, which is so suspicious of everything the U.S.S.R. says and does, could allow the Soviets to provide both the labor and materials to build our multimillion-dollar Moscow embassy. And then when it is finished, we are surprised to find it riddled with bugs ((NATION, June 29)). Now Americans are asked to spend millions of dollars more to correct it. I find that amazing, incomprehensible and stupid.

Vincent A. Maggio



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