Letters, Dec. 18, 1950

Man of the Year?

Sir:

For Man of the Year I nominate General Douglas MacArthur ... on whom the people of the U.S. depend for safety and security against Asiatic Communist domination.

W. N. MORRIS Houston, Texas

Sir:

. . . China's Mao Tse-tung, who has become the second most powerful ruler in the world and who may well shape the destiny of the rest of Asia.

GEORGE BOBINSKI Cleveland

Sir:

. . . Ralph Bunche.

ANDREW BILLINGSLEY Grinnell, Iowa

Sir:

. . . The man who has done more for peace than any other man in the last ten years, Pope Pius XII.

MICHAEL W. BARTOS Chicago

Sir:

. . . That artful...

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