A Letter From The Publisher, Feb. 1, 1943

Dear Subscriber

If one of your friends came back home from a long stay in Washington, what is the first question you would ask him?

Perhaps your first question would be something about a military secret your friend could not clear up. But very soon you would begin asking questions about the people in Washington upon whose courage and ability so much depends.

Is Harry Hopkins still closest to Mr. Roosevelt's ear—and has he changed much since his marriage? What is Vice President Wallace really like and would he make a good President?

Is Jimmy Byrnes enough of a fighter? What do the admirals think...

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