Letters, Jun. 7, 1954

Nominations & Decisions

Sir:

Re Negro Lawyer Thurgood Marshall and the Supreme Court's decision on the segregation issue in public schools [TIME, May 24]: You state that this decision ''was the victory of a lifetime" for Marshall. In view of the long fight, the courageous stand and the far-reaching effect of the verdict itself ... I nominate him as the Man of the Year.

(THE REV.) CHARLES C. WALKER

First Congregational Church Little Rock, Ark.

Sir:

The blow just dealt to the South by the Supreme Court is equal to none since the Civil War . . .

ANNA A. DUDLEY

Worcester, Mass.

A Southern Violet

Sir: Re Candidate Linder...

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