Letters, Oct. 15, 1945

Man of the Year


Are nominations for Man of the Year in order? If so, I hope I am the first, because I can save you a lot of head-scratching and elbow-bending by giving you your man right off. He is, naturally, General Douglas MacArthur, the man who won the war against Japan.

The General's qualifications are too obvious to mention. It is common knowledge that he conducted one of the great strategic military campaigns of all time. He outgeneraled and outfought the minor-league Japs like the major leaguer he is. And now, his...

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