Letters, Nov. 25, 1946

Man of the Year

Sirs:

May I be the FIRST to nominate Henry Wallace as "Man of the Year"?

C. G. ABBEY

Geneva, N.Y.

Sirs:

YOUR DEFINITION OF THE MAN OF THE YEAR IS "THE MAN WHO HAD THE BIGGEST RISE TO FAME DURING THE YEAR AND WHO MORE THAN ANYONE ELSE CHANGED THE NEWS FOR BETTER OR WORSE." I ... SUGGEST SECRETARY OF STATE JAMES F. BYRNES. BY SPEARHEADING A FIRM AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY IN THE DIPLOMATIC GATHERINGS OF 1946 HE HAS UNQUESTIONABLY CHANGED WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN GLOBAL BAD NEWS DEFINITELY FOR THE BETTER.

JULIUS M. WESTHEIMER

Baltimore

Sirs:

. . . For doing...

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