Letters in the Los Angeles Times June 18 commenting on Dukakis, Jackson and Democrats trigger a response.
While I am in agreement with most of those letters, I am distressed over the omission of what many consider the most important issue of the times.
I refer to the growing nuclear threat. Probably hundred of millions of citizens, including people of all ages, races and nationalities, share that concern.
As long as a nuclear arsenal exists, wars of any kind threaten the survival of the human race. The fact that this terror has been hanging over us since Hiroshima with no nuclear weapons accident is of small comfort. Records are full of near-misses.