The example of the letter to editor

Letter to Editor English of the Concerned June 10, Letter to Editor Address Phone: Email ID: June 10, The Editor The New York Times
New York
Dear Sir/Madam,
Nepotism and favoritism have always been big issues in the US government circles. The quintessential aspect of any Presidential appointment needs to be that it ought to be based on a consideration for the best interests of the people, and should not be motivated by a concern for personal gains or individual self interest. For any insistence on the part of a President to appoint family relations on important government posts not only undermines the democratic principles on which this nation is based on, but also does much harm to the dictates of honesty and ethics.
In 1960 people accepted the appointment of Robert Kennedy as the attorney general of United States. However when President Bill Clinton announced his intention to place his wife Hilary Clinton on some key government post in 1992, he accrued much disapproval from the masses. People tolerated the appointment of Robert Kennedy but did not favorably react to the appointment of Hilary Clinton because they did not want to see the concentration of state power within one family. For it is a fact that when an individual is granted a government post on the basis of one’s connections and not on the basis of true merit, there does stand a valid possibility that, that person may not have the capability to do justice to the post one is appointed to. Such a practice demines the transparency within government and makes the states hiring and contracting activities, the concern of one single family, rather than being a sacred trust and onus.
So I strongly believe that Presidents ought to desist from appointing their family members on key government posts.
Sincerely
Your Name.