A Letter From The Publisher: Apr. 20, 1962

THE job of journalists is to go where the news and the newsmakers are, and a phalanx of TIME correspondents last week spread out to catch the news and views—in Washington, in Wall Street, Pittsburgh. Chicago and among economists and businessmen through the land—of the titanic struggle between the White House and the biggest company in the nation's basic industry. There hadn't been a business story like it in years. For White House Correspondent Hugh Sidey, the job meant covering a President capable of presiding genially over a soirée for the Shah...

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