Loss of Creativity

"Creativity Must Regain Its Tarnished Credibility," by Dick Turpin (Aug. 4), is an analysis which could well be applicable to a wide range of areas and activities, even though instances in the field of finance are cited, of course. I am particularly impressed with the way in which Mr. Turpin shows how the loss of creativity leads to its downfall, and how its credibility might be regained for the very survival of the affected industry.

SHERRY TERZIAN

Los Angeles

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