Letters: May 28, 1984

Jackson's Bid

To the Editors:

Granted, Jesse Jackson's candidacy [NATION, May 7] is rooted in the black political conscience, but his message is the most far-reaching and freshest presented by a Democratic candidate. Jackson cuts across traditional lines of race, class and even party. We may be witnessing the most significant political event since Franklin Roosevelt took office in 1933.

Robert and Ricardo del Valle

Birmingham, Mich.

Everyone is condemning Louis Farrakhan for his remarks about Reporter Milton Coleman. Blacks are fed up with Uncle Toms who run back to Ole Massa repeating what...

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