Posts Tagged ‘Person of the Year’

Person of the Year

December 14, 2011

Person of the Year

Time Person of the Year 2011: The Protester. Cover story by Kurt Andersen plus even more.

The real cover? Look here.

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Tiger Woods Named 2009 Man of the Year

December 21, 2009

Tiger Woods Named 2009 Man of the Year

Professional golfer Tiger Woods has been named 2009 Man of Year.

Okay, we say “Person of the Year” these days, but Mr. Woods has made a man-sized dent in the news lately.

And the title was not bestowed by Time Magazine but by New York Times columnist Frank Rich, who observes:

We keep being fooled by leaders in all sectors of American life, over and over. A decade that began with the “reality” television craze exemplified by “American Idol” and “Survivor” — both blissfully devoid of any reality whatsoever — spiraled into a wholesale flight from truth.

Read it. Mr. Rich makes a persuasive case for the golfer. Time‘s editorial rationale for their choice, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, is as weak as the economy he is alleged to have saved.

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