Letters, Dec. 26, 1960

Man of the Year

Sir:

My car, TV set and refrigerator are all paid for. I have lived with my first and only wife for over 32 years. I therefore, modestly but confidently, nominate myself.

LYLE WOODS BRYAN

Warrensburg, Mo.

Sir:

As the Hungarian freedom fighter won TIME'S nomination for 1956, I suggest, for 1960, it be the Negro freedom fighter. He fought for equality in the South, political freedom in the new nations of Africa and for just freedom in the Union of South Africa.

JOHN DAVID POLHEMUS

Reading, Pa.

Sir:

Permit me to be the first to nominate the character who crawled out from under a piece of brotchen...

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