Letters, Dec. 3, 1956

Man of the Year

Sir:

I think it should be Imre Nagy. Let us just hope that he is not honored posthumously.

JENS BORNHOLT Bremen, West Germany

Sir:

The unknown Hungarian youth who, wagering his life and shedding his blood, showed us that a freedom-loving heart is mightier than a tank.

A. J. ROOSLI

Basel, Switzerland

Sir:

. . . Nasser. With the considerable assistance of our own State Department's extra-sized umbrella and his brazen Kremlinfamy, he's ignited in the Middle East the spark of World War III.

SIG GREENBERG Brooklyn

Sir:

Sir Anthony Eden. He seems to be the first man in history who put the U.S. in its place—for good measure,...

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