Letters: Mar. 9, 1981

Maggie's Woes

To the Editors:

So Britain's socialists think they have all the answers to their nation's economic problems [Feb. 16]. By throwing out Margaret Thatcher, they will be losing their last real hope. Would the unemployment, inflation and unrest really disappear if Thatcher left, or would it stay and flourish under Karl Marx II?

John A. Heldt

Eugene, Ore.

Are the "frightening doctrines" of the left wing any worse than those of a government that is responsible for 10% unemployment, double-digit inflation and a crippled (and still declining) economy?

Richard K. Edwards

Durham, N.H....

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