To the editor:

The expression "People in glass houses shouldn't throw stones" came to mind when I read William M. Isaac's Sept. 7 column, "Insurers Are Shooting Themselves in the Foot in Battle Against Banks." Mr. Isaac points to shortcomings in the life insurance agency system as a reason for banks to sell insurance. Yet he conveniently ignores serious problems in his own house, the banking industry, that argue against expanded powers.

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