Suzman Speech

THE MAIL

To the Editors of the Crimson:

I read with astonishment the remark attributed to me (underneath the photograph) in your article in today's Crimson, in which you report my address at the Institute of Politics. I said no such thing as "nothing short of uprisings like those of the Soweto townships in June 1976 will end apartheid." Neither in my address nor in reply to questions (2 speeches) from the floor did I make any such statement. Freedom of the Press is one thing--licence is another. Helen Suzman, M.P.

The Crimson regrets the error.