Early Studies in Parapsychology at Duke
Upton Sinclair to J.B. Rhine December, 1937
December 6, 1937
Prof. J. B Rhyne
My dear Rhine:-
I try to follow the plan of not caring about my critics, in the sense of not allowing them to worry me, but I always answer them unless I am especially busy giving them new offenses. I don't think you have anything to worry about if you have the facts. Your critics are only advertising your goods, and bad temper will not help them. I have told Julius that I am never going to mention the subject to him again. He is a little bit crazy on that subject, but he is a good Socialist and has a very keen mind on economic and political subjects.
Of course you saw the very good editorial about your work in last Sunday's New York "Times."