A Letter From The Publisher, May 27, 1946

When you have only a few hours to check up on news before you publish it, almost anything can happen. For example:

KEY PEARL HARBOR WITNESS VANISHES! says the New York Journal-American. Just isn't so, says the New York Post, same day (the J-A probably drew a wrong conclusion).

EINSTEIN URGES WORLD GOVERNMENT FOR ATOMIC CONTROL TO AVOID WAR, says the New York Times., EINSTEIN CALLS ON U.S. TO HOLD ATOMIC SECRETS, says the New York Daily News, same day (depends on how you interpret a speech).

GÖRING REAFFIRMS BELIEF IN NAZIISM, says the New...

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