A Letter From The Publisher: Nov. 22, 1963

THE 21 top American businessmen, journeying on a trip arranged by Time Inc., had spent long days and longer evenings being briefed, being lectured to, having their questions answered, and being feted in Washington, London and Moscow. Now they were in Berlin, and would have their first two-hour free period next morning, to sightsee, to rest, to do as they like. But one of them had a proposal to make: Why not spend the time talking out their impressions of all the people they had met, from Kennedy to Khrushchev, and the arguments they...

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