Letters, Dec. 10, 1945

Man of the Year

Sirs:

When an army or navy wins a great victory, the general or admiral commanding is the man of the event. When an army of researchers makes the discovery unequaled in all history, and reduces it to practice, why does not that qualify the director of that army for the man of all time?

I nominate Dr. Vannevar Bush as Man of the Year for that reason.

FRANK S. WOOD

Winthrop, Me.

Sirs:

. . . G.I. Joe, who brought us victory on all fronts in 1945. . . .

(CPL.) ROBERT MEIERS

c/o Postmaster

New York City

Sirs:

I wish you would publish the basis upon which the...

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