Letters, Dec. 16, 1946

Man of the Year

Sirs:

Because his plan for the control of atomic energy is civilization's only hope—because in a world sadly lacking in great men he stands with the few—Bernard Baruch is Man of the Year.

Cincinnati JERRY EDELSON

Sirs:

... I nominate the most perfidious and contemptible of megalomaniacs who ever betrayed organized labor and his fellow countrymen—John L. Lewis. . . .

THOMAS E. MATTINGLY, M.D. Washington

Sirs:

For Man of the Year I nominate Vyacheslav Molotov, the man who contributed most to shape international news (for good or...

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