A Letter From The Publisher: may 31, 1963

To take the temperature of the U.S. economy and to gauge at the same time the mood of the men who are most important in making it run, TIME this week called on every one of its U.S. bureaus. Correspondents from New York to Los Angeles and from Detroit to Houston interviewed some 200 businessmen, economists and public officials up to and including the President of the United States. Out of the 400 pages of copy that the correspondents sent to New York, plus a mass of other research and reports, Senior Editor Edward...

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