Letters: Nov. 21, 1983

Carnage in Beirut

To the Editors:

To be successful, a peace-keeping force must work with opposing groups who want peace. This is not the case in Lebanon [Oct. 31]. It makes as much sense to keep Americans in Lebanon as it would have to station British forces along the Mason-Dixon line at the beginning of the American Civil War.

John Me Phillips Las Vegas

Another Sunday, another sneak attack and another day of infamy.

Mary Kelly Walsh Oak Park, Ill.

When the Government puts a young man into a situation where he might die, it is...

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