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To S. P. Wang, director general of posts, Taiwan [Letter 559]

Item Reference Code: 044_07A_011_001

Date(s) of creation

December 14, 1971

Recipient

S. P. Wang

Transcript

December 14, 1971

Mr. S.P. Wang
Director General of Posts
Directorate
Taipei, Taiwan
Republic of China

Dear Mr. Wang:

Please accept my sincere gratitude for the publication of my article “Why I Like Stamp Collecting” in your magazine of October 1971.

I felt pleased and honored to see my work translated into the Chinese language.

Allow me to express my profound sympathy for the Republic of China. I feel a great indignation against the foreign policy of President Nixon, which I regard as a grave injustice to your country, and I shall continue to express my opposition to it. This is the voice of only one American citizen, but there are many who feel as I do.

Please accept my best wishes.

Cordially,

 

Ayn Rand

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AR expressed her opposition in a three-part article on Nixon and China beginning in the March 27, 1972, issue of The Ayn Rand Letter.