Letters, Dec. 2, 1957

Man of the Year

Sir:

Khrushchev—for his Sputnik-nack!

INEZ PILK Cambridge, Mass.

Sir:

He is Nikita—damn it all.

KEN MCGREGOR

Los Alamitos, Calif.

Sir:

It has to be either Governor Faubus or the inventor of Sputnik.

CHARLIE C. HOERSKE

New Orleans

Sir:

Why not, for a change, the scientist? A tribute should be paid to the often obscure men whose growing importance in world affairs can no longer be ignored.

ALBERT A. GRUNSTEIN Heliopolis, Egypt

Sir:

Konrad Adenauer—staunch friend of freedom and implacable foe of Communism. It will be a fitting climax in a great career.

THOMAS BERTHOLD Wellington, N.Z.

Sir:

Billy Graham, our greatest Christian leader since William Jennings Bryan.

LUCAS DAVIDSON

San Francisco

Sir:

Mike Todd—the greatest of egotists.

LESTER JACKSON

Kansas City, Mo.

Sir:

Walt...

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