Letters, Oct. 28, 1957

Man of the Year

Sir:

Grimly, unquestionably, the Man of the Year is the Soviet space scientist.

CHARLES BONSTED

New York City

Sir:

Somehow I have a deep, disquieting, indeed fearful premonition that TIME will select Governor Faubus.

WILLIAM B. LIPPHARD

Yonkers, N.Y.

Sir:

Just as the Hungarian Freedom Fighter received TIME'S Man of the Year award last year, so should the brave Negroes of Little Rock be selected for this year's title.

K. WILLIAM PATRICK

Beloit, Wis.

Sir:

Lew Burdette.

JOHN R. COAN

Minneapolis

Grandma Had It Better?

Sir:

With the arrival of TIME and the repairman article came a...

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