TIME Special Edition - Person Of The Year: 95 Years Of The World’s Most Influential People, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Joseph Stalin, Donald Trump, Jeff Bezos, Queen Elizabeth II, Milestones & The Process
Ever since Charles Lindbergh was proclaimed the Man of the Year for 1927, TIME has annually designated one man, woman, couple or concept that had the most influence on the world, for good or bad, during the previous 12 months. Read about all of them in this special issue.
This issue will cover each TIME Person of the Year since the magazine started doing it in 1927. We will show each cover and for each selection, we will provide world-affair context and the rationale behind the decision.
Find Out How Person Of The Year Came To Be and Find Out The Most Common Questions answered: - What does it mean to be Person of the Year? - How secretive is the process? - What’s the deal with the reader’s choice poll? - Is it always an actual person? - Has the Person of the Year ever been someone who is deceased?