A Letter From The Publisher: Jan. 12, 1962

WE are sometimes asked why the articles in TIME are unsigned. Our usual reply is that each issue is the joint product of all the staff names listed in the adjoining column, and that we prefer the traditional anonymity followed by such English institutions as the Times of London and the Economist. But another reason is just as basic—the fact that individual TIME stories are generally the work of many hands. This week's cover story is a good example of how we go about it.

Off to Yugoslavia went Bonn Correspondent Jim Bell to see Ambassador Kennan. Bell, through the years, has...

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