Publisher's Letter, Sep. 10, 1956


WHEN Correspondent John L. I Steele flew home from San Francisco and checked through the West Executive Avenue gate of the White House one day last week, he brought with him a new assignment to add to his already considerable duties. For the next nine weeks he will not only be covering the President of the U.S., already the busiest man in the world, but also the Republican candidate for the presidency in the election campaign. The pace was already accelerated: Steele found himself finishing up one story at 1 a.m., hustling back...

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