A Letter From The Publisher: Jan. 20, 1967

I NTERVIEWING people is the most important way of getting ' news. We do it all the time, and the job is mostly up to our correspondents, but researchers, writers and editors enthusiastically join in when they get the opportunity. So we have occasionally wondered just what it feels like to be interviewed by TIME.

Harrowing, we have been told by some. It may not be all that bad. Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare John Gardner was interviewed at length for this week's cover story by Reporter Michael McManus, both in his office...

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