A Letter From The Publisher: Jan. 17, 1964

THE editors of TIME put a high premium on range and diversity in coverage of the news — from political maneuvers in THE NATION through the bright (and dim) lights of SHOW BUSINESS and the discoveries of MEDICINE to the ideas of THEATER and the thoughts in BOOKS. One way in which that concept is illustrated in this week's issue is the ten editorial color pages produced under circumstances as diverse as their subject matter.

For reproduction of the paintings in ART, the key problem was correct lighting and precise checking of proofs to...

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