There has been a trend over the years in PAW that is perhaps best illustrated in the Oct. 5 issue. You seem to refer to people as “conservative” when that is the case. That’s fine. But nowhere in the magazine do you refer to any others as “liberal.” In the article on Professor Robert George, he is so noted as a conservative. But in the same sentence, Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan is not called a liberal. There are many other people discussed in this issue who also are well-known liberals, but not identified as such. Perhaps you could tell us why the conservative appellation is included, but never a ­liberal one. 

Fred Holzweiss ’54