A Letter From The Publisher: Apr. 21, 1967

What good will a common market be if transportation and communication facilities in this hemisphere are inadequate? Do you have an answer, Mr. TIME Magazine Correspondent?

THE questioner was Fernando Belaúnde Terry, Peru's vigorous and imaginative president, and the person he was putting on during a lull in the Punta del Este summit conference last week was Jerry Hannifin, Latin America specialist in our Washington bureau. Hannifin, along with White House Correspondent Hugh Sidey and a team of other TIME reporters and photographers, was covering the inter-American gathering at Uruguay's seaside playground, a gathering described by President Frei of Chile as "the...

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