A Letter From The Publisher, Feb. 25, 1952

London was cold and wet, Kenya's jungles were hot and steaming, and New York was cool and clear. In all three places, TIME correspondents and editors were preparing to relax after a strenuous week.

The London bureau had just finished working on the Anthony Eden cover story (TIME, Feb. 11). On Tuesday the bureau carefully examined Eden's address before Commons for anything which might indicate a change in British foreign policy. In New York City, Senior Editor Tom Griffith spent the day (the first of TIME'S editorial "weekend") on the alert for cables from...

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