Letters, Jan. 23, 1956

Man of the Year

Sir:

Harlow Curtice—what an astounding selection ! Just offhand, I can name a hundred likelier choices, among them Eisenhower, Khrushchev, Dulles, the Pope, Schweitzer and Sibelius. I regard your choice as a cowardly surrender to your business office, and I will never read your magazine again.

JOHN C. MOYNIHAN Andover, Mass.

Sir:

Hooray for Curtice as Man of the Year. It is great to have the Curtices, the Watsons, the Fords, the Wilsons, the Eisenhowers—the doers in place of the do-gooders guiding the country.

BOB ELY Roswell, N. Mex.

Sir:

Since...

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