Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 6, No. 9 July 14, 1943
[Letter from Law Student to Salient Vol. 6, No. 9 July 14, 1943]
May I be permitted to reply to my two critics, "J.W." and "Not Very Very Amused."
I have not a copy of my own letter beside me, but I believe that my reference was to "a small minority, very, very anti-Fascist conscious, who, haying deified Russia in their own minds, seek to bring others to worship with them." Neither of your correspondents took the trouble to quote me correctly, with the result that there is no point to either of their criticisms—and no reason for further comment on my part.
May I, in conclusion, congratulate J. M. Ziman on his review of the motion picture, "A Yank at Eton." Seldom have I seen so much irrelevant eyewash (Weir House has another word for it) concentrated in such a small space.
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