Letters: Nov. 30, 1962

Man of the Year

Sir:

The entire free world must concur with your inevitable choice at year's end of John F. Kennedy as TIME'S Man of the Year.

E. F. HARVIE

Wellington, New Zealand

Sir:

For Man of the Year—your choice of Johns: President or Pope.

JOHN M. GEHL III

New Orleans

Sir:

I nominate James Meredith, of course; for a difficult, thankless, but necessary task, accomplished with consummate dignity and inspiring courage.

(MRS.) LOIS D. DUMMETT

Tuskegee, Ala.

Sir:

John Glenn.

SUSAN O'BRIEN

New York City

Sir:

The American serviceman—the soldier, sailor, marine, or airman who has...

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