Letters: May 22, 1964

"The Man Who . . ." Sir: The Republican hope lies in Goldwater as a candidate offering something other than an echo. Many misguided Lodge supporters should recall his lackadaisical performance in 1960, when, with just a little more effort, the Republican ticket would have been elected.

LEO TOCH Flushing, N.Y.

Sir: The delegates to the Republican Convention would do well to remember that those of us writing the name of Henry Cabot Lodge on primary ballots are the same people who will be asked to vote for a Republican President in November.


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