Unlike many, if not most, of my fellow alumni, in my years since graduating in 1986 never have I been compelled to write a letter to the editor — that is, until now. After reading “Having your say: Our readers’ opinions on Princeton’s most influential alumni” (feature, April 2), I must agree with Brendan Byrne ’49 on the omission of Jim Lebenthal ’49. While it is true that municipal bonds hardly excite the average man, as anyone who knows him will attest, Jim indeed has brought unbridled passion and excitement to whatever he has done. Of course, I say this with complete objectivity.
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