Publisher's Letter, Jan. 21, 1957


TIME'S cover presses had already begun printing last week when the news of Anthony Eden's retirement came. TIME'S editors quickly decided to change to the portrait of Eden's successor, Harold Macmillan. Within 24 hours, color presses were replated and printing the Macmillan cover.

Meanwhile, Associate Editor A. T. ("Bob") Baker got ready for his 24th cover story since he joined TIME'S staff just ten years ago. His first was about President Truman as Man of the Year (TIME, Jan. 3, 1949). In the next two years he wrote eleven more before he went...

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