Letters: San Diego, Calif.

John Rankin's Low


"Demagogue" John Rankin did more than hit a "new low" [TIME, Feb. 14] in his attack on the soldiers' vote bill. His sneak attack upon democracy and racial minorities is on a par with the Japanese attack upon Pearl Harbor and the Nazi invasion of Czechoslovakia. ... A lot of good American boys, according to Rankin, have died in vain. . . .


Tinker Field, Okla.


. . . The most disgusting example of race prejudice and dirty political utterances that I've ever had the misfortune to hear. I'd like to assure Mr. Rankin that servicemen, like elephants, have...

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