"Your bulletins are not only terse and to the point, but maintain a high degree of accuracy. I have made a study of British propaganda for many years. I was once an Englishman myself, with a father attached to the British Foreign Office. I used your piece about Cecil Rhodes in my column recently, giving you credit." Boake Carter, Nov. 28.(3)
"I am heartily sympathetic with the viewpoint which you represent because I cannot see that we in America or we who look forward to a more peaceful and cooperative world order have anything much to gain by the victory of one side rather than the other in the present conflict. I share your contributions with my class in Psychology of Social Change." Goodwin Watson, Columbia Univ., Nov. 29.
"I always get a big shock of satisfaction and wonderment out of anything you send me and hence I am glad to bear from you anytime. It is encouraging that undergraduates are putting the brakes on the belligerent swivel-chair makers of history!" Charles Beard, Nov. 27.
"Frank statements of fact regarding the British, when so many are being impressed with their propaganda, is of vast importance to the Nation." George S. Parker, Salem, Mass., Nov. 14.
"Continue to send me your admirable material dealing with foreign propaganda. . . . The more people you can reach with such information the better." Joy Elmer Morgan, Washington, D. C., Nov. 28.
"An excellent and much needed piece of work." James Warbasse.
December 2, 1939