I have benefited so regularly from the wisdom and graceful writing in Gregg Lange's columns that I find it difficult to say which among them seems the best. This one ("New Lies, Old Lies") is certainly my favorite for today, and it is wonderfully appropriate that it coincides with the 15th anniversary this week of the Princeton Prize in Race Relations, founded by Henry von Kohorn '66, who took his commitment to racial equality beyond rhetoric and carried the Princeton name along with him. Many thanks, Dr. Lange. Many thanks, Henry von Kohorn.

George L. Bustin ’70
Pennington, N.J.