Letters: Mar. 23, 1998


"If Iraq's close neighbors aren't that concerned about the threat of biological or chemical weapons, maybe we shouldn't be either." SCOTT FIESTHUMEL Utica, N.Y.

We have a President who is not free to focus fully upon complicated issues and govern this nation during a crisis like the one with Iraq [CLINTON'S CRISES, March 2]. He has been sacrificed by a judiciary bowing to political and prurient interest. America's hard-won heritage of freedom and privacy has been permanently excised, and there has been a rebirth of the Inquisition by an obviously partisan prosecutor. KATHLEEN NELSON Tucson, Ariz.

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