A Letter From The Publisher, Aug. 3, 1959

To be able to sum up, analyze and assess the news, TIME'S writers and editors need a superior brand of energetic reporting from their correspondents. Some examples of reporters at work for stories in this week's TIME:

IT was quite a week for Charlie Mohr, TIME'S White House correspondent. He had to rush away from a reception at the home of the Vice President of the U.S. one evening so that he would not be late for dinner with the President. Two days later he flew from New York to Moscow in the Boeing jetliner that set a new speed record. There...

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