Letters: Dec. 27, 1963

Man of the Year

Sir: The people nominated so far have all affected history in one way or another. Yet the people I cast my vote for have received comparatively little coverage in magazines or newspapers. They have, however, exercised a right that Americans of long ago fought for, and that many more Americans of today shun. It is the right to vote, and the people I nominate are the Venezuelans who defied death to vote two weeks ago. These people braved pro-Communist terrorism just to vote, when a little sprinkle is enough to...

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