Letters: Dec. 4, 1995

DEATH OF A PEACEMAKER

"A great man with an even greater dream has been taken away from us. Let us hope Yitzhak Rabin's vision of peace lives on and succeeds." YUVAL SHAMIR Los Angeles

IN WAR, PRIME MINISTER YITZHAK RABIN was a genius soldier [COVER STORIES, Nov. 13]. In diplomacy, he was an honorable peacemaker. His untimely demise is a loss not to the world alone but to all humanity. His death shows that peace is worth dying for if it will allow people to coexist in harmony, free from war. DANNY G. ABUCEJO Cerritos, California

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