A Letter From The Publisher, Apr. 5, 1943

To answer some of the questions our subscribers have been asking about how TIME gathers, verifies, writes and distributes its news.

Now that the war is crowding so many important stories off the front page of your newspaper, we can't help feeling that our nonwar departments have a greater responsibility than ever to keep you well-informed on the news of progress in Industry, Science, Medicine and the Arts—news that keeps right on happening, war or no war.

A case in point is TIME'S Music Department, which week by week is chronicling for you a revolution...

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