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Martin Dies form letter response to supporters of his radio address on deportation
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The Harry H. Laughlin Papers, Truman State University, document, C-4-6

Martin Dies form letter response to supporters of his radio address on deportation

Congress of the United States House of Representatives Washington, D.C. Dear Friend, I have received so many letters from all parts of the United States in response to my radio appeal for public support that it is impossible at this time for me to answer each one personally. I hope to do so at a later date. For the time being, however, I desire to express my very deep appreciation for your expression of approval of my bill and proposal. In order to overcome the many obstacles which stand in the way of success, we must crystallize[sic] public sentiment. Your splendid support is most helpful and I want you to know that I am very grateful for it. As soon as my radio speech is printed I will mail you a copy and, from time to time, will send you other speeches and keep you informed in regard to the legislative situation. Sincerely yours, [signed]Martin Dies

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