Letters, Dec. 26, 1949

Man of the Half-Century?

Sir:

While reading the Man of the Half-Century nominations . . . I've noticed that no one has mentioned perhaps the most important man of this century if not of the next. I am referring, of course, to oft-forgotten Uncle Sam.

Louis A. FREIZER

Madison, Wis.

Sir:

I nominate a man . . . who would never win a popular election, but who, I am confident, has exerted more influence than any other man of our time—Sigmund Freud.

E. F. McGUIRE

Iowa City, Iowa

Sir:

Orville Wright . . .

EDWARD J. HART

Edinburgh, Scotland

Sir:

. . . Dale Carnegie . . .

WILLIAM H. STARBUCK

Culver, Ind.

Sir:

The Man of the Year,...

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