Letters: Dec. 31, 1965

MOY

Sir: My nomination for TIME'S Man of the Year is the Vietnamese guerrilla, who for 25 years has fought, always against great odds, for the right to govern himself.

P. S. ADAMS

London

Sir: The Viet Cong soldier, who, though underfed, underpaid and underequipped, has fought the world's most powerful nation to a standstill.

NEAL NUSS

Park Forest, Ill.

Sir: I nominate the American G.I. In the past year no other man or group of men has done so much for the American people.

SUSAN PULLUS

Dallas

Sir: The Student Demonstrator.

LEROY VOGEL

Professor of History...

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