Letters: Jan. 12, 1968

Champions & Critics

Sir: Congratulations on choosing L.B.J. Man of the Year [Jan. 5]. In sticking by the tough decisions, he has emerged as a leader among leaders and as a giant amongst the gnatlike swarms of his critics in the past year.

LEWIS A. FRANK

Washington, D.C.

Sir: Your Man of the Year is representative of all that was America in 1967—petty and grand tyranny, deceit, hate, corruption, militarism, violence of every sort, and the ulcerous pursuit of power and money. A splendid choice!

C. C. KIRKWOOD, '71

Indiana University

Bloomington

Sir: Brilliant satire....

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