A Letter From The Publisher: Apr. 13, 1970

IN the harvest of news each week, much of what TIME'S editors deal with lies quite properly in the realm of the expected: a long-awaited event to be reported and analyzed, a continuing question to be updated and more thoroughly understood. Yet the spice of journalism—for both editors and readers—is the unusual: a fascinating personage, a surprising relationship, a shocking conflict, an unexpected and intriguing proposition. A sampling from this week's issue:

> "Never trust anyone over 30" has become a rallying cry of today's radical youth. Yet there is one oldster the youngsters do listen to—at least for now. He...

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