Letters, Dec. 31, 1973

Man of the Year (Contd.)

Sir / Although I admire tremendously every man and woman connected with uncovering the Watergate scandal. I would have to say that Senator Lowell P. Weicker stands out in the crowd. He is so truthful and unafraid of criticism. Therefore, I hereby nominate him as TIME'S Man of the Year for 1973.

BLANCHE L. PARKER

New York City

Sir / Man of the Year? President Richard M. Nixon! The most courageous President the United States has ever had. A man whose country comes first. A man who has not been intimidated by the irresponsible news media. He is a great...

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