Letters, Dec. 23, 1935

Man of the Year

Sirs:

A subscriber—"From the beginning of TIME" —I want to nominate President Franklin D. Roosevelt as ''Man of the Year''

Battling triumphantly with a relentless fate, he has had to meet and solve the most momentous questions that have ever confronted the American people.

RICHARD REEDER

Butler, Pa.

Franklin Roosevelt was Man of 1932, Man of 1934.—ED.

Sirs:

For ''Man of the Year'' I wish to nominate the man responsible for America's continued peaceful attitude, the soother of all worries of foreign powers involving us in war. . . . Secretary of...

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