A Letter From The Publisher, Apr. 8, 1946


If you were British instead of American, what would be your reasons for wanting to read TIME? Our subscribers in Great Britain have answered this question clearly and almost unanimously in a sack-full of mail we received from them recently. They read TIME for pretty much the same reason that Americans do: to keep themselves informed on the significant news of the world. But they have another important reason: they want to know about America and about the American viewpoint. Writes Brendan Bracken. Britain's wartime Minister of Information:

"I must be one of the oldest readers of TIME in Britain,...

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