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Summary form only given, as follows. The G-AP Editor comments on only one item in the above-named letter [ibid, vol 14, no 4, Dec 1972, page 9], namely No. 3, where Mr. Ricardi suggests that we might require authors of political letters to have, say, 100 members co-sign or condone the letter. He would not consider this to be very practical and he seriously doubts if it would ever be necessary. As editor of the G-AP newsletter, he has repeatedly asked for letters or comments from the members. I is now editing his fourth issue and the letters received so far have been very, very few. He Sincerely welcome others. Even though they are political, if they are pertinent and of general interest to G-AP members, he would want to publish them.