Letters, Dec. 27, 1948

Man of the Year?

Sir:

For Man of the Year I nominate Secretary of State George C. Marshall, who has sacrificed his well-earned rest, his popularity and his health to serve his country and the world.

RUTH A. PUTNAM

Minneapolis, Minn.

Sir:

Naturally, the Man of the Year is President Harry S. Truman.

TED HASBROOK

Green Bay, Wis.

Sir:

. . . Count Folke Bernadotte, Christian gentleman, who gave his life in promoting peace . . .

WILLIAM S. MILLER

North Little Rock, Ark.

Sir:

. . . Jan Masaryk . . .

BETTY F. SMITH

New York...

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