Man of the Year Sir:
Just heard that he is Nikita Khrushchev. A better choice would have been Laika.
GEORGIA CLARKE Redondo Beach, Calif.
SATAN MUST BE WELL PLEASED WITH YOUR SELECTION. CANCEL MY SUBSCRIPTION.
R. P. GILMARTIN
Sure he made the news in 1957, but he's an s.o.b., and if TIME'S choice produces the same result that befell Traitor Pierre Laval, I'll say amen to a job well done.
HOWARD VAN St. Paul
Butcher of the Year would have been more appropriate.
(THE REV.) HUGH K. WOLF St. Agnes Church Vermillion, S....