Letters: Nov. 14, 1983

Reagan's Choice

To the Editors:

Considering the qualifications of former Secretary of the Interior James Watt and the new designate, William Clark [Oct. 24], perhaps the name of the agency should be changed to Department of the Inferior.

Ann H. Hadfield Perkasie, Pa.

Re President Reagan's latest appointments: they are another example of government-by-crony.

Kenneth Kruger New York City

Like other environmentalists, I was happy to see Watt go. But the reason for his departure is very disturbing when you consider his performance as Interior Secretary. He was ousted for some ill-chosen words rather than...

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