Letters, Dec. 1, 1952

Man of the Year?

Sir:

Whether we like it or not—and about 56% of us do like it—the Man of the Year problem was definitely settled on Nov. 4th. Any man who can successfully battle greed, corruption, disloyalty and incompetence of 20 years' entrenchment deserves without question such an honor . . . Need I add, it is Eisenhower?

ERNEST A. STIFEL Wheeling, W. Va.

Sir:

I suppose you will have many readers who will be nominating Eisenhower for Man of the Year. Please, please, TIME, do not be premature and thrust world greatness on...

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