Huff, Curtis C.; Goldberg, Arthur J.; Marshall, Eliot; Allen, Richard V.; Stronach, Carey E.; Bross, John A.; Morris, Roger; Willey, Dorothy
June 1977
New Republic;6/18/77, Vol. 176 Issue 25, p7
Presents letters to the editor referencing articles published in previous issues. Suggestions to the article "Drawing the Line," published in the June 4, 1977 issue; Comments on the article "The Great Hospital War," published in the May 28 issue; Response of a reader to an article related to ruining of Housing and Urban Development Department; Views of a reader on the article "The Amateur," published in the May 28 issue; Opinion of a reader on the article "A Bad Idea Whose Time Has Come," published in the May 7 issue; Comments on the article "Deputies are Forever," published in the April 23 issue; Information on views of a reader on electoral college.


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