Letters, Jan. 24, 1972

Man of the Year (Contd.)

Sir / Two of the greatest strengths of the U.S. are its resiliency—its ability to face its errors and to recover from them —and its decisiveness, most apparent when it has decided upon its goals.

Richard Nixon, more than any other American in recent history, has championed these traits. He not only deserves TIME'S Man of the Year [Jan. 3] citation, but also a second term as the President of the U.S.

ROBERT A. WALL

Berkeley, Calif.

Sir / How frightening it is to have a mummy in the White House. The...

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