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"We have priorities more urgent than building such an expensive memorial right now," John Eisenhower wrote.
John Eisenhower, 90, who served as ambassador to Belgium in the Nixon administration, wrote in an Oct. 18 letter that the memorial tries to tell multiple stories, which should be left to museums.