A Letter From The Publisher, Jun. 27, 1949

In its way each of the following letters from the last fortnight's mail tells part of the story of TIME'S world-wide publishing operation. To those of us whose job it is to get out an issue of TIME every week, they make very rewarding reading.

Sirs:

A few days ago my friend, the British Consul General in Rabat, and I went to Casablanca to meet some of our California friends, who were cruising on the Stella Polaris. We had made all sorts of arrangements for their brief stay in Morocco. On greeting Bernard Ford, one...

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