Letters: Jan. 12, 1962

Man of the Year Sir:

Your selection of John Kennedy as Man of the Year is an insult to both the intelligence and integrity of your readers. Although articulate, he is a man of inaction; although forceful in appearance, he is inadequate in performance.

RALPH R. ANDERSON Secretary Young Americans for Freedom Englewood, N.J.

Sir:

TIME has indeed amassed an impressive list of failures for Mr. Kennedy. His chief asset seems to be that he is willing to learn from his mistakes. I hope we survive this year's "learning process."

CLAUDE...

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