November 1960
New Republic;11/21/60, Vol. 143 Issue 22, p22
Presents several letters to the editor referencing the articles published in previous issues of the periodical. Criticism of the periodical for promoting political liberals and conservative aesthetics at same time; Comments on criticism of literary critic Frank Getlein's work; Response on comments on the Electoral College being a quaint old institution; Charge on the periodical for being biased on election of John F. Kennedy as the U.S. President; Hope that Kennedy will consider defeated presidential candidate Richard M. Nixon for a high-level administrative post.


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