1924 ELECTION - "The convention finally turned to Charles G Dawes, a banker who had an international reputation (and a Nobel Peace Prize) for his “Dawes Plan” for trying to deal with the reparations nightmare. Dawes nomination was another example of serendipity as the man asked to nominate him agreed to do so because he wanted to run for the Senate in Nebraska and this would give him a chance to be heard in Nebraska on a national broadcast . . . ."
52 Years ago, President John F. Kennedy – JFK – was named Man of the Year by Time Magazine. http://www.ldcfitzgerald.com/jfk-time-magazine-man-of-the-year-for-1961/ IME wrote, “In his first year as President, John Fitzgerald Kennedy showed qualities that have made him a promising leader… Those same qualities, if developed further, may make him a great President.”