Letters, Oct. 12, 1942

To America's Conscience: Sirs:

Enclosed please find a letter I received from my son stationed somewhere overseas. . . . This letter already has proved its worth in the plant where I am employed. After the employes of our plant read this letter, the sale of bonds went over the 90% mark and we were awarded the Treasury's flag.

M. MERSON Allentown, Pa.

Dear Dad:

What is going on there? Yesterday, my July 13 issue of TIME arrived. Today, as I read it, it makes me sick and bitter, and fills my mind with unanswerable questions. The drive for scrap rubber is...

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