Letters, Jan. 25, 1971

Man of the Year

Sir: I rejoice at your vision in the selection of Willy Brandt [Jan. 4]. Would that some of our other leaders might learn from him that only the strong can afford to be weak.

MARC RONDEAU Ayer, Mass.

Sir: Willy Brandt is the best German Chancellor the Russians, the Poles, the Britons and the Americans ever had.

HARRY STURMER Cobourg, Ont.

Sir: The U.S. had 25 years to unravel history's worst mess—which we helped create at Yalta—only to make things worse by allowing the Berlin Wall. The Germans have no choice but to take matters into their own hands, if there is...

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