I am sorry to have to take a position against the editorial ``The Greeks Are Coming,'' April 15. For the second time the Monitor has taken an adverse stand on the question of an artificially created Macedonia (which can only breed war with Greece).
There is only one Macedonia, and that happens to be in Greece.
By creating a province next to it in Yugoslavia and naming it Macedonia, who can stop Yugoslavia from one day claiming the other half of the province? There are just too many killings and wars in the world and I feel we should try to eliminate the creation of more. Agnes T. Manuelian, Phoenix, Ariz.
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