Perry, Stan; Housman, Benjamin; Pigulski, Paul; Schain, Dennis; Kelley, Timothy E.
June 1978
New Republic;6/10/78, Vol. 178 Issue 23, p7
Presents letters to the editor referencing articles and topics discussed in previous issues. Response to Nathan Lewin's article "Swapping indictments," published in the May 6 issue; Response to Martin Peretz's article about John J. McCloy's callous actions toward the Jewish people, published in the column "Diarist," in the April 29 issue; Response to the article "The man behind the cardigan," published in the May 20 issue; Criticism against the article "The trouble with lawyers," published in the May 20 issue.


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