Letters: Dec. 28, 1970

Who Is the Man?

Sir: There can only be one choice for 1970's Man of the Year—the American prisoner of war.

JOAN JACOBUS

Clifton, N.J.

Sir: The man with guts—Walter Hickel.

GEORGE JOHNSON

San Francisco

Sir: It has to be Nader. I think he cares about me.

GEORGE W. BLANK III

Downingtown, Pa.

Sir: How about that Lithuanian sailor we so readily threw to the wolves? Or did someone remove the quotation from the Statue of Liberty?

(MRS.) JUNE BOLDT

Amherst, N.Y.

Sir: You describe the Man of the Year as the person who has had the greatest...

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