A Letter From The Publisher, Dec. 22, 1975

Year-end meetings between our Business staff and the members of TIME's Board of Economists have become a tradition for the past six years. Last Tuesday the men who advise us on national and world economic prospects jetted to Manhattan for an all-day question-and-answer session with our researchers, correspondents, writers and editors, who assembled this week's Business story on the economic prospects for 1976. To protect his staff from scholarly hedging, Business Editor George Church started the meeting by dipping into his store of anecdotes. "After consulting the leading economists of his day about where the economy was going and getting a...

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