A Letter From The Publisher, Feb. 4, 1952

Most people get restless now and then, but among many good newsmen, restlessness is a chronic occupational malady. One reporter so afflicted is Ramelle C. MaCoy, who was sending his dispatches to TIME from Guatemala a year ago, from Korea six months later, and who will be filing his stories from Buenos Aires in a week or two. He will take over from Frank Shea, who returns to the U.S. this month after an eventful year in the Argentine capital.

MaCoy's aversion to boredom was quickly sensed by fellow correspondents in Korea. Week after...

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