Letters, Nov. 30, 1936

Man of the Year (Cont'd)

Sirs:

There is only one candidate for the honor of Alan of the Year. His name is Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

GEORGE L. KRAFT

Knoxville, Tenn.

Sirs: You would please every loyal Democrat if you make James A. Farley your Man of this Year. Only through his statesmanship was the unprecedented Roosevelt victory at the polls in November made possible. Jim Farley showed the way and the Nation followed. It was Jim Farley who discovered Roosevelt in the first place. . . .

MICHAEL McMANUS

Brookline, Mass.

Sirs:

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