A Letter From The Publisher, Jul. 13, 1959

THE greatest continuing story of our day is the struggle between Communism and the Western forces of freedom and justice. Sometimes it flares into easily reportable crisis, sometimes it flickers into seemingly monotonous detail. Last week it took a new turn. Into the U.S. flew a man named Frol Kozlov, little known to the world. He is the Soviet Union's First Deputy Premier, the man who runs the internal affairs of the U.S.S.R. when Khrushchev is away, a key man in the cold war. Not long after he began his remarkable visit, TIME decided that he should be the subject of...

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