Letters: Jan. 6, 1967

Observation from the South

Sir: It surprises me that Washington has been trying to disentangle itself from the "within or without city limits" argument over the recent aerial bombardment of a railroad yard and a truck yard close to Hanoi [Dec. 23].

One wonders whether the Viet Cong cared so much about that kind of question when, under instruction from North Viet Nam, they attacked the civilian airport two miles from the heart of Saigon on Dec. 4 and 5, or when they blew up many American billets in downtown Saigon. It is expedient...

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