Letters, Jan. 27, 1947

Hope

Sirs:

Having just finished the Jan. 6 issue of TIME, I am moved to send this tribute to its editors.

With its selection of the Man of the Year and its story on "Report from the World," it has raised the hope of this Mainstreeter from Podunk to its highest ebb since the era of Wendell Willkie's "One World." . . ,

MILO B. MITCHELL Linton, Ind.

A Pair of Winners

Sirs:

May I offer an amended possible slogan to Mr. Allen K. Phelps's "possible slogan for the 1948 presidential campaign" [TIME, Jan. 6].

"Put things...

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