A Letter From The Publisher, Feb. 14, 1972

AFTER being interviewed by TIME'S Ruth Mehrtens Galvin, the late author John P. Marquand likened her probing technique to psychoanalysis. The comparison was twice apt. Galvin strives to get behind her subject's façade, and she has long been interested in the behavioral sciences. These qualities made her an obvious choice for a principal role in establishing our Behavior section three years ago. As our national Behavior correspondent, she has contributed to most of the major stories the section has run. Virginia Adams was also a charter member of the department, first as its researcher, then as its writer. This week's article...

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