A Letter From The Publisher: Apr. 17, 1964

SOME of TIME'S editorial color pages are produced on a schedule that in office lingo is known as "fast color"—for example, last week's two pages of pictures on Broadway's new star, Barbra Streisand, which were taken the night after Funny Girl opened and ran in the next week's issue. But other col or projects have a more extended genesis, as is the case with this week's six pages on the design of new cars in Detroit. In fact, there is considerable similarity between the process of creating the cars and the job of developing the story—in terms of ideas, time, talent...

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