A Letter From The Publisher, Jul. 29, 1957

DEPORTING the sensational is a ' -comparatively easy job when there are big names or high crimes to make the headlines. Reporting the moods and feelings of everyday life is quite another matter: it takes an eye for detail, an ear for.sound and a compassionate sensitivity for the little things. Last week TIME assigned just that kind of reporting task to its correspondents. From reporters across the U.S. came rich detail that developed into a theme: the U.S. in this midsummer is on the move, bag, baggage and children. Correspondent Charles Mohr, driving crosscountry...

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