Letters, Dec. 7, 1959

Man of the Year

Sir:

My choice: Harold Macmillan, the genuine promoter of the international plan as well as an unprecedented victor in home politics.

BERNARD SINSHEIMER Paris

Sir:

Nikita Khrushchev, who has proved he is the man of a new era by sending the Communist pennant right to the inaccessible moon!

GERARD LANGLOIS

Quebec

Sir:

Please consider the late John Foster Dulles, who unstintingly gave his life to his country and the world for the cause of peace.

KAY A. SUSMEYAN

Newton, Mass.

Sir:

The American Taxpayer.

PHILIP F. CONNELL

Portland, Me.

Sir:

The Man in...

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