Letters, Nov. 22, 1948

Man of the Year?

Sir:

FOR HIS MAGNIFICENT VICTORY AGAINST ALL ODDS I NOMINATE AS THE MAN OF THE YEAR HARRY S. TRUMAN.

S. J. GORCHOV

Philadelphia, Pa.

Sir:

. . . Harry S. Truman ... Or should the honor go to John Q. Citizen, who stumped the experts and confounded the pollsters and reasserted his sacred right to vote as he saw fit?

EDWARD T. MCNAMARA Danbury, Conn.

Sir:

. . . Senator Arthur H. Vandenberg, the man most responsible for our bipartisan foreign policy. 1948's most important news was the European Recovery Program, without...

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