A Letter From The Publisher: Aug. 20, 1965

COVERING the news the way we do is always a study in contrasts:

the deliberate pace of current his tory often punctuated by explosive events. The editorial week reflected in this issue of TIME is a particular case in point.

It was clear at the start of last week that civil rights was providing the most significant story. History was being made as federal examiners moved into the South to implement the new voting rights law in the registration of Negro voters. The edi tors scheduled a cover story on U.S.

Attorney General Nicholas...

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