Letters, Dec. 7, 1936

Man of the Year (Cont'd) Sirs: For Man of the Year—Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

LEWIS HELTERMAN

Brooklyn, N. Y.

Sirs: Roosevelt is the standard bearer for an onrush. Were he not here, another would have carried the banner, less capably perhaps, but still carried it. Edward VIII has started a movement toward the disintegration of the oligarchy of England which will affect Great Britain profoundly and Europe as well. Comparisons are odious, but I vote for the originator—King Edward as Man of the Year—or maybe I should vote for Wally.

H. W. FOSTER New...

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