Letters, Dec. 31, 1951

Man of the Year?

SIR:

... I PLACE IN NOMINATION THE MAN WHOSE BLOOD, SWEAT AND TEARS QUITE LITERALLY MAKE POSSIBLE THE STELLAR ROLES PLAYED BY POLITICIANS AND GENERALS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. A MAN WHOSE GENEROSITY IS ONLY EXCELLED BY HIS DOCILITY. MR. REALLY BIG, THE AMERICAN TAXPAYER.

FRED C. ELLS SANTA MONICA, CALIF.

Sir:

There is no one but General Douglas Mac-Arthur . . .

FRANK T. PRIEST Wichita, Kans.

SIR:

. . . T. LAMAR CAUDLE FOR CINCHING THE REPUBLICANS IN 1952.

MICHAEL REISE

NEW YORK CITY

Sir:

. . . John Foster Dulles.

C. T. HUYSKEN Detroit

Sir:

. . . Senator Estes Kefauver.

(REV.) WILLIAM MCLEAN TWIDDY

Succasunna, N.J.

Sir:

Senator Joseph McCarthy . . .

CARL...

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