Letters, Oct. 22, 1979


To the Editors:

At last we have in Henry Kissinger's White House Years [Oct. 1] a political memoir of world events for the lay person. The excerpt, void of political jargon, punctuated by imagery and vivid characterizations of political figures, moves along like a well-written novel. I only wish my college history textbooks were written in this fashion. Who says that past political events have to be flat and dry?

John Brown

Willingboro, N.J.

Bravo for the wealth of insights in Mr. Kissinger's excerpts. Perhaps I am a typical American who "tends...

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