Page 5, 6th November 1970

6th November 1970
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Page 5, 6th November 1970 — 'Poor fellow' M R. FURTADO, who is good enough to describe

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People: R. FURTADO
Locations: London


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'Poor fellow' M R. FURTADO, who is good enough to describe

me as a "poor fellow." tells us (Oct. 30) that my published letters consist of "xenophobic outbursts." Mr. Furtado could not know that this is unlikely, as I have been of Austrian, German and British nationality, but my letters are available for his perusal.

You, sir, have published two defending Catholic education, two opposing abortion, four opposing Communistic propaganda. four defending South Africans from xenophobic outbursts by. among others, Mr. Furtado, and one opposing our entry into the Common Market, so that the xenophobic content is slight or even nonexistent.

G. J. A. Stern London, N.6.

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