A Letter From The Publisher, Sep. 4, 1950


In recent weeks we have told you a good deal about our correspondents in the Far East and other overseas bureaus. Meanwhile, on the home front, TIME'S editorial news-gathering force has been equally busy reporting the impact of the Korean war and other events on the U.S. scene.

It takes a staff of 38 full-time correspondents in our eleven news bureaus, plus more than 100 part-time reporters, to give TIME'S editors the kind of home-front coverage they need. The map above shows where our U.S. news staff is located, and the photographs show the bureau heads (and the Chief of...

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