A Letter From The Publisher: Jun. 7, 1963

ALDOUS HUXLEY once wrote that "good printing can create a valuable spiritual state in the reader." While we consider this more a thought to ponder than a principle to prove, TIME this week makes a major change in the interest of good printing. For the first time since early in TIME'S 40-year history, we have changed the magazine's body type—the type in which most of the editorial content is printed. Until this week, most of our columns have been printed in a variation of a type somewhat inappropriately called Old Style. Beginning with this issue, we will use Times Roman, designed...

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