A Letter From The Publisher: Jun. 28, 1963

WHAT makes news varies with the times, and we are happy that it does. Some subjects get talked out while remaining important. Fads take over and fade. Achievements that once were novel become commonplace, and satiety is the journalist's worst enemy.

What interests many people at the same moment (which is not a bad definition of what's news) is changing and widening all the time. Any TIME reader this week has a right to expect to be told just what is in President Kennedy's civil rights package and what its prospects are: he will want to hear about the Supreme Court decision...

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