A Letter From The Publisher, Dec. 6, 1954

Every week the mail brings scores of letters to the editors of TIME. Their postmarks constitute a veritable gazetteer of the world. The letters them selves ask questions, make suggestions, correct errors, argue judgments, give added facts about the news that the readers see in TIME.

The other day, going through some old copies of TIME, I noticed the Letters column in the Dec. 22, 1924 issue. In that copy of the magazine, we printed the following letter from a reader in Chicago with a brief, pertinent editor's comment.

Gentlemen: As one who has found your publication both useful and entertaining, I have...

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