To the Editors of the CRIMSON:
In your March 17 issue I read that Herman Kahn stated that the Vietnamese war has caused the deaths of 1/2 of the North Vietnamese men in the 17-24 group. In connection with this he also said. "Moral issues in the Vietnamese war are beside any point."
Is this the end product of that "life of the mind" that our academics so love to talk about?
If not, why do we not have more of them speaking out against this kind of talk?