Letters, Dec. 28, 1942

Man of the Year


I nominate for Man of the Year Franklin D. Roosevelt. No man has done as much the past year, or caught as much hell doing it.

WILLIAM J. METZ, D.O. Franklin, Pa.


. . . The work of other men in 1942 may prove to be more enduring, but . . . the conqueror of Singapore, Java and Bataan is the man who knocked the pins down in this frame.

I suggest that you publish the picture of General Yamashita as the man of 1942 on the basis of positive...

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