A Letter From The Publisher: Apr. 5, 1968

UNDER the pressure of encompassing the world's news within weekly deadlines, TIME'S editors can rarely afford the luxury of reflecting on the results of the stories they worked on last week or last month. But often we receive letters and calls from individuals and corporations whose lives have been changed by a TIME story. While many of these effects are on a rather large scale, we are fascinated by what we hear from people who were involved in smaller stories.

One case in point revolves around a four-line footnote. It appeared in a Modern...

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