Man of the Year
I think it should be Imre Nagy. Let us just hope that he is not honored posthumously.
JENS BORNHOLT Bremen, West Germany
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
. . . 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 Anthony Eden. He seems to be the first man in history who put the U.S. in its placefor good measure,...