Letters: Apr. 5, 1999


"It is apparent that Monica Lewinsky is a very immodest young woman who has a great deal to be modest about." KEN HIGSON Kelowna, B.C.

Much like a soap-opera character, Monica Lewinsky is someone we all love to hate [NATION, March 15]. When I read your article, however, my disdain was tempered by an unexpected admiration. She has lived out a fear most of us only dream about--suddenly finding oneself naked in public. What struck me was how Monica was able to defend herself without seeming defensive. This ability allowed her to appear poised, intelligent and charming--so much...

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