A Letter From The Publisher: Sep. 6, 1963

A BRITISH foreign correspondent, a little weary after whizzing around the world in pursuit of crises for 25 years, recently confessed to an uneasy feeling that "the world we see is always at its worst," for "unless a place is in some sort of mess or difficulty, we would hardly be there.

"The day may come," he added, "when a newspaper is invented to carry news only of what is going well, what is succeeding, sending its chaps around the world to report on splendid, constructive, merry, positive happenings: the Euphoria Gazette. It will be a very thin, small paper, and its...

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