A Letter From The Publisher: Nov. 4, 1966

FATIGUE is the enemy. All day you watch, all night you write," summed up White House Correspondent Hugh Sidey from Bangkok, after he had spent twelve days following President Johnson around Southeast Asia. The rest of the seven-member TIME team that reported this week's Nation cover wearily agreed. "I have two handfuls of wooden fingers after all this typing," complained Hong Kong Bureau Chief Frank McCulloch, who, along with Correspondent Art Zich, had been in Manila weeks ahead of the summit talks, first working on the cover story about President Ferdinand Marcos...

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