Letters: May 14, 1984

Mining Harbors

To the Editors:

The mining of Nicaraguan ports [NATION, April 23] is just another example of the Reagan Administration's selective morality. We must think twice before we support the Nicaraguan contras and condemn the Salvadoran rebels. Both groups are fighting for representation in the governments of their respective countries. The difference is that one wears the mask of Communism, and the other wears the mask of democracy.

Daniel Bouvier

Chestnut Hill, Mass.

The primary goal of the Nicaraguan government is to secure freedom for its people after centuries of domination and exploitation. Why not...

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