Letters, Aug. 7, 1939

McNutt's Homecoming


In the excellent and informative article on Paul McNutt in TIME, July 10, you overlook one fact of great importance; a fact which ought to be understood by the American people, since Mr. McNutt is already so much in the public eye and is so ambitious for the Presidency.

You do refer to Labor's opposition to the former Governor of Indiana because of his use of militia in strikes. The important thing, however, is not that Governor McNutt called out militia; many Governors do that. The important thing is that he invented a new form...

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