National Affairs: Man of the Year, 1932

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Scanning the dreary horizon of 1932 as it recedes into history, upon whom would the discerning eye of an alert U. S. citizen fix as Man of the Year?

Beyond his own shores he would find no new name that had skyrocketed into world consciousness during the twelvemonth. Mahatma Gandhi, 1930's Man of the Year, is still a prisoner of Britain in the Poona jail and his Indian followers are quiescent if not quiet. Pierre Laval, 1931's Man of the Year, was swept out of the premiership of France last February,...

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