Letters, Nov. 28, 1960

Man of the Year

Sir: Jack Kennedy, our President.

A. KUPIDLOWSKI Stonington, Conn.

Sir: Your nomination should be a composite man. Whether he had been involved in the shooting at Sharpeville, the Congo, Algeria, or Nigeria the world has at last begun to take notice of "The African Man." His emergence on the world scene is not only the event of the year but the touchstone of this new decade.

D.C. DE LA POER BERESFORD Melbourne, Australia

Sir: Dag Hammarskjold's defiance of the leader of the "East Side Rocket Gang"—Khrushchev—prompts me...

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