Letters, Aug. 23, 1943

Vice President Discovered

Sirs :

In your July 26 issue on Henry Agard Wallace, you state "he had felt so keenly about winning the war that he had violated the President's rule that all-talking-must-be-done-under-the-covers."

Does this mean that you have at long last discovered that our Vice President is not the "dreamer" that you have depicted, but rather an honest man?

I trust that, with your awakening, will come about a cessation of the diatribes you have directed at our Vice President, whose only offense has been that he is not a politician.


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