Wills, Garry; Wilentz, Sean; Samuelson, Robert J.; Ogden, Dale F.
June 2004
New Republic;6/21/2004, Vol. 230 Issue 23, p4
Presents letters to the editor in response to articles that appeared in previous issues of the magazine. Letter commenting on Sean Wilentz's "The Details of Greatness," in the March 29, 2004 issue, and a reply by Wilentz; Response by Robert J. Samuelson to letters in the June 7 and June 14 issues commenting on his article, "What the Boom Forgot," in the May 3 issue; Letter commenting on "Perverted," in the May 3 issue.


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