Letters, Dec. 3, 1951

Man of the Year?

Sir:

To find a man who really deserves being called Man of the Year for 1951 is difficult. It can be General MacArthur, but his influence on 1951 is not great. It may be Winston Churchill, but he came into power late in the year, too late to deserve [the title]. No one on the other side of the Iron Curtain did anything very important this year. My preference is Senator Estes Kefauver . . .

J. DICK New York City

Sir:

John L. Lewis—who kept his trap shut when it was out of season.

FRED W. BANE Springfield, Ill.

Sir:

There is no...

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