Letters, Sep. 23, 1996


"Dick Morris' advice and Clinton's reaction to it suggest we have a rudderless ship of state guided by shifting winds of public opinion." E. TRAVIS YORK Gainesville, Florida

Your article about political strategist Dick Morris was frightening with its myriad implications of no character and double-crossing [THE DEMOCRATS, Sept. 2]. You described an amorphous chameleon who fed Bill Clinton what the voters want to hear, providing the President with a platform that echoes issues back to the voter. This is scarier than Orwell's classic, 1984. Of course we want to hear that; we said it....

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