Letters: Feb. 1, 1926

Herewith are excerpts from letters come to the desks of the editors during the past week. They are selected primarily for the information they contain either supplementary to or corrective of news previously published in TIME.

Sade Assailed

Sirs: In your efforts to be impartial you occasionally become weak. There are certain scoundrels who should never be mentioned without branding them as such! One of them is or was the Count Sade whom you let off with a "notorious" in your Jan. 18 issue! (See FRANCE.) He was the greatest scoundrel who ever lived!...

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