Letters: Jan. 3, 1983

Reagan's Rule

To the Editors:

Ronald Reagan is no more a great communicator [Dec. 13] than a speech is a conversation. Communication is a two-way street. Although the President may be a persuasive speaker, he does not like to listen. Once his mind is made up, he hears only what he wants to hear.

Norman E. Tandy Winchester, N.H.

The picture of our President presented in your article "How Reagan Decides" is scary. I wonder if our country can afford two more years of governing by such an inflexible man.

John Moffitt Unionville, Va.

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