A Letter From The Publisher: Jun. 25, 1965

In Confessions of a Young Man, George Moore observed that an apt quotation could put him on the trail of a book that would bring him intellectual advancement. For many, such a "book" is TIME. Consider this sampling of quotes from the current issue:

"He went to Harold Laski's soirees on Tuesday night and Lady Astor's on the weekend. It was a balanced ticket." See THE NATION, The Use of Power With a Passion for Peace.

"What the parents are trying to forget, the children are trying to remember." See ESSAY, The New American...

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