A Letter From The Publisher: Oct. 19, 1962

Perhaps more than any other publication, TIME expects its reporters, writers and editors to have a sharp eye and ear for the quote. For precisely what a man or woman says often reveals character, defines an issue, spots a trend, clarifies a point or simply brightens a story. Some examples from this week's issue:

"You may kiss anyone you have been introduced to, but you shouldn't look as if you would like to do it more than once." See MODERN LIVING, Cocktail Kissing.

"I don't think I'd very much like to be a white boy just starting out in New York now.'' See...

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