TIME 100 Persons of The Century

    APRIL 13, 1998

    David Ben-Gurion, Israel's first Prime Minister
    Winston Churchill, British Prime Minister
    Mohandas Gandhi, father of modern India
    Mikhail Gorbachev, Soviet reformer
    Adolf Hitler, German dictator
    Ho Chi Minh, first President of North Vietnam
    Pope John Paul II, religious leader
    Ayatullah R. Khomeini, leader of Iran's revolution
    Martin Luther King Jr., civil rights leader
    Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, founder of the Soviet Union
    Nelson Mandela, South African President
    Mao Zedong, leader of communist China
    Ronald Reagan, U.S. President
    Eleanor Roosevelt, U.S. First Lady
    Franklin Delano Roosevelt, U.S. President and New Deal architect
    Theodore Roosevelt, U.S. President and environmentalist
    Margaret Sanger, birth-control crusader
    Margaret Thatcher, British Prime Minister
    Unknown Tiananmen Square rebel
    Lech Walesa, Polish union organizer

    JUNE 8, 1998

    Louis Armstrong, jazz musician
    Lucille Ball, TV star
    The Beatles, rock musicians
    Marlon Brando, actor
    Coco Chanel, designer
    Charlie Chaplin, comic genius
    Le Corbusier, architect
    Bob Dylan, folk musician

    DEC. 7, 1998

    Stephen Bechtel, construction magnate
    Leo Burnett, advertising genius
    Willis Carrier, maker of air-conditioning systems
    Walt Disney, creator of animation and multimedia empire
    Henry Ford, founder of Ford Motor Co.
    Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft
    A.P. Giannini, architect of nationwide banking
    Ray Kroc, hamburger meister
    Estee Lauder, cosmetics tycoon
    William Levitt, creator of suburbia
    Lucky Luciano, criminal mastermind
    Louis B. Mayer, Hollywood mogul
    Charles Merrill, advocate of the small investor
    Akio Morita, co-founder of Sony
    Walter Reuther, labor leader
    Pete Rozelle, football-league commissioner
    David Sarnoff, father of broadcasting
    Juan Trippe, aviation entrepreneur
    Sam Walton, Wal-Mart dynamo
    Thomas Watson Jr., IBM president

    MARCH 29, 1999

    Leo Baekeland, plastics pioneer
    Tim Berners-Lee, Internet designer
    Rachel Carson, environmentalist
    Albert Einstein, physicist
    Philo Farnsworth, inventor of electronic television
    Enrico Fermi, atomic physicist
    Alexander Fleming, bacteriologist
    Sigmund Freud, psychoanalyst
    Robert Goddard, rocket scientist
    Kurt Godel, mathematician
    Edwin Hubble, astronomer
    John Maynard Keynes, economist
    The Leakey Family, anthropologists
    Jean Piaget, child psychologist
    Jonas Salk, virologist
    William Shockley, solid-state physicist
    Alan Turing, computer scientist
    James Watson & Francis Crick, molecular biologists
    Ludwig Wittgenstein, philosopher
    The Wright Brothers, visionary aviators

    JUNE 14, 1999

    Muhammad Ali, heavyweight boxing champion
    The American G.I., a soldier for freedom
    Diana, Princess of Wales
    Anne Frank, diarist and Holocaust victim
    Billy Graham, evangelist
    Che Guevara, guerrilla leader
    Edmund Hillary & Tenzing Norgay, conquerors of Mount Everest
    Helen Keller, champion of the disabled
    The Kennedys, dynasty
    Bruce Lee, actor and martial-arts star
    Charles Lindbergh, transatlantic aviator
    Harvey Milk, gay-rights leader
    Marilyn Monroe, actress
    Emmeline Pankhurst, suffragist
    Rosa Parks, civil rights torchbearer
    Pele, soccer star
    Jackie Robinson, baseball player
    Andrei Sakharov, Soviet dissident
    Mother Teresa, missionary nun
    Bill Wilson, founder of Alcoholics Anonymous