Letters, Dec. 28, 1959

Man of the Year

Sir: Vice President Nixon. His visit to Moscow entitles him to this distinction. GRANT B. HUGHES, M.D. Nyssa, Ore.

Sir: "The Hungarian Teen-Ager," who fought for freedom in 1956, and is now being executed by the hundreds in Budapest. (THE REV.) JOHN L. E. DE PAPP St. Luke's Evangelical Lutheran Church Valatie, N.Y.

Sir: The Scientist, who has forced world leaders to act for peace. ALAN B. LEVY Princeton, N.J.

Sir: President George Romney of American Motors. EDWARD EIKMAN Tallahassee, Fla.

Sir: With...

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