I often read Frankie Seaberry's letters. I generally don't agree with her; however, I respect the right to one's opinion.
If it weren't for Sir Winston Churchill I might be writing this in German. For more than two years his government and the English people fought Hitler alone.
It is true that Churchill was a colonialist. President Roosevelt resented his colonial views; nevertheless, they became good friends.
In one of his many visits to America during World War II, Eleanor Roosevelt asked him, "How's the Indian situation" -- a reference to the problems in India. His response: "Our Indians, Madam, are doing quiet well, unlike yours, who are almost extinct."
William H. Bremen Sr.