A Letter From The Publisher: Jun. 30, 1967

ALONG with 800 other journalists, Nation Reporter Jim Willwerth headed straight for Glassboro, N.J., when he heard the news of the impending Johnson-Kosygin meeting. Arriving from New York in the middle of the night, he managed to acquire a sparsely furnished room in the town's only hotel, tacked a penciled sign on the door reading "TIME Magazine, Glassboro Bureau," and was in business. Among the other TIME staffers who joined him were the Washington Bureau's Bruce Nelan and White House Correspondent Hugh Sidey, who had watched the guessing, the maneuvering and finally the...

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