TIME magazine has been choosing a "Person of the Year" since 1927, when aviator Charles Lindbergh appeared on the cover. In the past, the company has defined its choice as "the person who most affected the events of the year." And this time around, the magazine picked Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke for his work on the U.S. economy.
Who's YOUR person of the year, and what is your choice based on?
Carl Azuz, Anchor