A Letter From The Publisher, Jan. 4, 1960

THE task of good reporting lies not ' merely in the struggle for the gritty word that captures the death of an African rebel in a dusty Congo boulevard, or for the succinct phrase that clarifies the politely vague deliberations of the conference room. More challengingly. the job demands the timely summing-up that gives recent events meaning in the light of what has gone before. By its annual Man of the Year cover story, by CINEMA'S choices of the year's top films, by FOREIGN NEWS'S analysis of the plight of the world's troubled homeless during the International Refugee Year, TIME this...

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