Letters, Dec. 12, 1938

Man of the Year


Your Man of the Year designation is good; but why not double it with Saint of the Year, in the sense in which you sometimes use that word ?

The Man of the Year is he who does most to the human race during the year; the Saint of the Year is he who does most for it.

Your Saint of the Year might appear on the cover of your issue coming out nearest Christmas, leaving the year-end cover for the Man of the Year. There would be dramatic irony in the...

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