Letters, Dec. 18, 1944

Man of the Year

Sirs:

THE MAN OF THE YEAR 1944 IS THE COMMON FIGHTING MAN. LET TIME GLORIFY NO INDIVIDUAL POLITICIAN OR GENERAL WHOSE MOMENTARY FAME MAY QUICKLY FADE. THE ISSUES OF THIS YEAR ARE BEING DECIDED BY THE BLOODY SACRIFICES OF MILLIONS OF ORDINARY HEROES. . . .

CHARLES A. JOHNSON

New York City

Sirs:

General Ike Eisenhower who, by grace of The Dead, has finally put American, British and French troops back on German soil.

J. R. HUNNEMAN

Boston

Sirs:

In view of America's overwhelmingly influential position in the world, and in view of the President's similar position both at home and abroad . . ....

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